On September 25, 2020 Governor Greg Abbott announced the allocation of over $171 million in funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to be used primarily for rental assistance for Texans who are at risk of becoming homeless due to eviction. On the same day, the Texas Supreme Court issued its Twenty-Seventh Emergency Order Regarding the Covid-19 State of Disaster (27th Emergency Order). The 27th Emergency Order established the Texas Eviction Diversion Program (TEDP). This article highlights the provisions of the 27th Emergency Order based on information available as of the date of writing (October 2, 2020).
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Wire Fraud Can Happen to Anyone
You are a small to medium size company, you have been give a new contract to sign or you have an employee issue or maybe you have a client who hasnt paid you in months, what do you do, try to solve the issue yourself, call an attorney and hope the invoice you receive wont break the bank or call...