Politics

Help Stop A Federal Court From Ordering A Texas Family District Court to Ignore Texas Law or Risk Federal Sanctions for Ignoring Unconstitutional Federal Bankruptcy Order

  Why would a federal bankruptcy court in Texas order a Texas Family District Court to “determine whether Rental Income is Community or Separate Property” in Texas? Under Texas law, the answer to that question is very simple: Under the plain meaning of Tex. Fam. Code 3.002, Tex. Fam. Code 3.102(a)(2), and Tex. Fam. Code […]

Why My Divorce is Before SCOTUS  aka WHY ANOTHER WOMEN IS DIVORCING MY HUSBAND

Why My Divorce is Before SCOTUS aka WHY ANOTHER WOMEN IS DIVORCING MY HUSBAND

In a week we go back to Texas Family Court to try to convince another Texas judge to defy the federal bankruptcy judge and go ahead and give me a divorce based on Texas law instead a divorce based on the questions that the bankruptcy judge posed in his orders directed to the family court […]

WERE THEY TALKING ABOUT SCOTUS?!?

Corruption in Courts is Real-I Have Proof

Corruption in Courts is Real-I Have Proof

Now the federal courts are just making up the rules . . .show me the rule that requires leave of court to file a response to summary judgment. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1e_XAuP_K77T1BYUmd2N3BRdkU Federal Bankruptcy Judge Russell Nelms issues two (2) orders to Judge J. Hennigan in the 324 Judicial in Tarrant County Texas, Family Divorce Court, to allow […]

Tax Credits for Rehabbing Old Buildings Are Great

It’s a great time to buy old buildings in Texas. Beginning this year, real estate investors can receive up to 20% in federal income tax credits for rehabilitation projects for historical buildings and 10% for non-historical building rehabilitation. Investors can also save up to 10% of state franchise fees if the rehabilitation is substantial and […]