In Texas, a minor may drink alcohol when in the presence of his parents or guardian, according to the Alcohol Policy Information System. Such consumption may take place either on private, non-alcohol selling premises or ... More »

Legally, a child does not have the right to divorce parents and terminate parental rights, according to The New York Times. In the Gregory K case, a child sued his mother for a divorce, which an appeals court ultimately ... More »

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The federal government does not require minors to provide special documents to be employed; however, some states require work permits for minors, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. California requires an authoriz... More »

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Proposition 1 in Texas was a state-wide ballot proposition for transportation funding overwhelmingly supported by Texas voters on Nov. 4, 2014, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Proposition 1 will prov... More »

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The probate process in Texas involves making an application, having a hearing, issuing a notice to creditors and inventory and conclusion. Probate processes may be initiated whether a will is available or not, according ... More »

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The filing spouse must first meet the Texas residency requirements and have a legally acceptable reason to file for divorce before filing divorce papers, according to WomensLaw.org. Copies of the filing are then sent to ... More »

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Couples who wish to marry must present proof of identity and personal information to a county clerk, according to Texas Constitution and Statutes. A driver's license, U.S. passport and birth certificate are among the acc... More »

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