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At Weinman & Associates, P.C. , we work every day to guide clients through the divorce process. We pay particular attention to working toward successful resolution of the issues most critical to their future: the welfare of their children and their economic security. As a child of divorce and a mother and step-mother herself, Daryl Weinman understands at a deep level what you are going through. She will tell you what to expect throughout the process and help you navigate the legal system with dignity and respect. As a divorce attorney, Ms. Weinman is perceptive to her clients’ needs and concerns. She offers compassion and support while also advocating assertively on her clients’ behalf. As a divorce lawyer licensed since 1994 and board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2000, and with a background in finance, Daryl Weinman will work to protect your parental rights and financial interests.
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One of our Lifetime Member Attorney Alexander Begum in TX speaking on the serious hazards of drowsy driving.
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According to the National Sleep Foundation, drowsy driving, or driving tired, is similar to buzzed driving. Being awake for 18 continuous hours causes people to drive as if they had a .05 alcohol level. For reference an alcohol level of .08 is considered legally drunk. It is common knowledge that drunk driving is risky behavior that often ends in tragedy. If you wouldn't drive drunk, don't drive tired. ... See MoreSee Less