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    • Brett H. Pritchard Sponsors Aware Central Texas Event: Christmas on the Farm

      The Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard is a proud sponsor of Aware Central Texas’ 2016 Christmas on the Farm event. Aware Central Texas is a charity organization that is focused on the prevention of ...

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    • Sharing the True Meaning of Christmas

      Serving clients in Killeen for 18 years, Attorney Brett H. Pritchard understands the importance of giving back to the local community. Not only does our firm remain actively involved in our community, ...

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    • New Office Location Opened in Gatesville, Texas

      The Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard has been serving Killeen in areas of family law, child protective services, business law, and personal injury for 16 years. We are proud of the opportunity to ...

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    • A New Member of the Family: My Personal Experience with Adoption

      On August 25, 2008, my adopted daughter, Mariela Abigail, was born at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas. Her birth came less than twenty-four hours before Eathyn, my fifth child, was ...

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    • Failure to Identify after a Car Accident

      Failure to Identify after a Car Accident If you have been in a car accident, you are going through a lot. First of all, there is the shock of being in an accident. If you or someone else in your ...

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    • Is the Car Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer Fair?

      Is the Car Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer Fair? If you have been injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you are going to be dealing with an insurance company. ...

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    • Hit a Bicyclist? How Do You Proceed?

      What to Do if You Are Involved in a Bike Accident Bicyclists seem to be everywhere these days, and as a motorist, you are naturally concerned when a bicyclist is in your midst. Cyclists seem to come ...

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    • The Child Support Process in Texas

      The Child Support Process in Texas Child support is a critical element of any divorce involving children, and it is a complicated issue that demands close attention. Understanding the basics as they ...

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    • Equal Possession Does Not Negate Child Support

      Equal Possession Does Not Negate Child Support Very few people disagree with the idea that children of divorce fare far better when they spend a significant amount of time with both loving parents. ...

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    • Child Support Calculations for High Earners Are Changing

      Child Support Calculations for High Earners Are Changing The State of Texas reevaluates its child support calculations every six years, and this year, they are adjusting the cap limit for inflation. ...

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    • Failure to Identify after a Car Accident

      Failure to Identify after a Car Accident If you have been in a car accident, you are going through a lot. First of all, there is the shock of being in an accident. If you or someone else in your ...

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    • What to Do if You Are Arrested for Aggravated Assault

      What to Do if You Are Arrested for Aggravated Assault Aggravated assault is a serious offense, and if you have been accused of it, there are three specific steps you should take immediately. Do not ...

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    • If You Are Facing Intoxication Assault Charges

      If You Are Facing Intoxication Assault Charges The State of Texas takes driving under the influence of alcohol very seriously, and for very good reasons – thousands of people are killed (and many more ...

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    • Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support

      Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support Generally, divorced parents share physical custody of their children. More often than not, the children live primarily with one parent ...

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    • Your Custody Battle: Several Things You Should Not Do

      Your Custody Battle: Several Things You Should Not Do If you are going through a divorce that involves a custody battle, you are going through the most difficult element of an already difficult ...

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    • Texas Divorce and Health Insurance: Making Sure Your Children Are Covered

      Texas Divorce and Health Insurance: Making Sure Your Children Are Covered If you are facing a divorce, your children are naturally your primary concern. An important component of this concern is ...

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    • Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support

      Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support Generally, divorced parents share physical custody of their children. More often than not, the children live primarily with one parent ...

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    • Achieving Your Divorce Goals via a Collaborative Divorce

      Achieving Your Divorce Goals via a Collaborative Divorce If you are facing a divorce, you almost certainly have divorce goals. These are often focused on child custody arrangements and financial ...

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    • Divorce & Valuation Reports

      Divorce and Valuation Reports Every divorce comes with its own unique complications, but if you also own a business, it complicates the matter considerably. Businesses are often financial mazes, and ...

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    • What the Police Are Looking for When They Pull You Over for DWI

      What the Police Are Looking for When They Pull You Over for DWI Being pulled over by the police is never pleasant, but if you have had a drink or two, you may well be terrified. The fact is that it is ...

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    • Drunk Driving under the Age of 21

      Drunk Driving under the Age of 21 When you consider drunk driving charges, you probably think about drivers who have several drinks too many and get behind the wheel of their cars. In nearly every ...

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    • DWI with a Child Passenger Charges

      DWI with a Child Passenger Charges There is not a driver on our roads who is not aware of the fact that driving under the influence of alcohol is exceedingly dangerous and irresponsible. Nevertheless, ...

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  • DWI
    • The Penalties of a Second DWI in Texas

      The Penalties of a Second DWI in Texas A second DWI charge in Texas remains a misdemeanor offense, but if you are convicted of this second offense, you face very significant consequences that are both ...

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    • New York Times Finds Breathalyzer Tests Unreliable

      New York Times Finds Breathalyzer Tests Unreliable If you are facing DWI charges, you are facing serious charges – the consequences of which can severely impact your future. If these charges are based ...

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    • Can an Officer Obtain a Warrant by Making a Phone Call?

      Can an Officer Obtain a Warrant by Making a Phone Call? To force you to provide a blood sample for a blood test during a DWI stop, an officer needs to have a search warrant. Nevertheless, more and ...

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    • Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support

      Sharing Custody Equally Does Not Mean the End of Child Support Generally, divorced parents share physical custody of their children. More often than not, the children live primarily with one parent ...

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    • Achieving Your Divorce Goals via a Collaborative Divorce

      Achieving Your Divorce Goals via a Collaborative Divorce If you are facing a divorce, you almost certainly have divorce goals. These are often focused on child custody arrangements and financial ...

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    • Divorce & Valuation Reports

      Divorce and Valuation Reports Every divorce comes with its own unique complications, but if you also own a business, it complicates the matter considerably. Businesses are often financial mazes, and ...

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    • Texas Medical Malpractice Cases: Procedural Requirements

      Additional Procedural Requirements for Texas Medical Malpractice Cases There are naturally procedural requirements for personal injury cases in Texas. However, due to an increase in the number of ...

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    • Never Events: Devastating and Life-Altering, but What Are They?

      Hospital Errors Can Be Devastating When you are in need of the services that a hospital provides, you rely upon that hospital to supply you with quality care and you are extremely vulnerable to any ...

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    • Medical Malpractice: What to Do When Injured by a Doctor

      Were You Injured by Your Healthcare Provider’s Medical Malpractice? You seek medical care when you are ill or injured and at your most vulnerable. You trust the attending medical professionals to ...

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    • Military Divorce in Texas

      Military Divorce in Texas If you are facing a military divorce in Texas, you can expect it to follow the same general path as any other divorce – except there are some additional federal laws and ...

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    • The New Texas Law on Package Theft

      Texas Takes Package Theft Seriously In June of 2019, the State of Texas adopted a law that increases the charges and penalties associated with taking someone else’s packages from their mailbox or ...

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    • Texas' New Be Safe, Drive Smart Campaign

      Texas Launches Its Be Safe, Drive Smart Campaign The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) recently launched a one-year campaign to educate the public about how our driving practices contribute ...

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    • Firm News: JP Brown Suspension Delayed

      Due to a scheduling conflict, Bell County Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown gets to keep her seat – at least until February 11, 2019. In recent years, Brown has faced intense public and political ...

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    • Is the Car Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer Fair?

      Is the Car Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer Fair? If you have been injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you are going to be dealing with an insurance company. ...

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    • 3 Social Media Tips for Your Personal Injury Claim

      3 Social Media Tips for Your Personal Injury Claim Social media has become an integral part of many of our lives. If you have been injured in an accident and making a claim on an insurance policy, the ...

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    • Insurance Companies and Social Media

      Insurance Companies and Social Media It is difficult to deny that social media has become a big part of our lives, and some of us share more than others. If you ever feel like you might be ...

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  • Q/A
    • Personal Injury Cases and Contingency Fees

      Personal Injury Cases and Contingency Fees If you have been injured by someone else's negligence – in a car accident or slip and fall accident, for example – you will probably need an experienced ...

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    • Four Answers to Common Questions About Texas Car Accidents

      Texas Car Accidents: Answers to 4 Basic Questions If you have been injured in a car accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence, you likely have many questions. You also, however, have ...

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    • Q/A: Texas Civil Asset Forfeiture: What is It, and Why Does It Matter?

      Question/Comment: Shirley recently asked us on Facebook, "Why is it right to keep a person's car for drugs .I don't think it's right.. why they put it up for auction.should give it back to the family. ...

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