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Frequently asked questions about lot loans in texas

  • In my Texas History class, we have to write about something that happened in Texas or about someone who done something in Texas before the 90's. The book that I must read about the subject must be at least 200 pages. Then I must write a 6-8 page paper about it. Needless to say it has to be at least semi interesting in order for me to write a half decent paper on. I was born in 88, and I've been doing research on this for a while but can't seem to find anything worth writing about. Any ideas would be great. Thanks!
  • Here are a few... 1) The hurricane of 1900 that slammed into Galveston <-- probably lots of books on that including biographies. 2) What about the oil rush? 3) Try finding information on congresswoman Barbara Jordan. She broke a lot of racial barriers in Texas. 4) What about the real estate crash in the late 80s. It was during the Savings & Loan crash 5) What about the dust storms? I think that some of the dust storms in the 1930s involved parts of Texas.
  • David Koresh (The Branch Davidians) in Waco. I think it was in 1990, though. Sorry, I just checked and it was 1993. The assassination of President Kennedy is a good one but you may not be the only one writing about it. Okay, I found a link that should be useful to you about Texas history. It looks like all the important events are listed by century and then by year. This one seems interesting: "1954 - Texas women gain the right to serve on juries."
  • President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in 1963. You should be able to find a lot of material about that. Early Texas history is very interesting. The Runaway Scrape is about the Mexican Army trying to chase the Texians (that's what Texans used to be called) out of Texas. The Battle of San Jacinto is great too. Lots of stories about the Texas Rangers.
  • I would do it on Sam Houston. Be sure to include how he tried in vain to keep Texas from seceeding from the Union. My other choice is a stretch, but Robert La Salle and his buddy Tonti were really cool French explorers who went all through the middle part of the States and Canada way way before anybody. Here is the Texas connection. La Salle crashed in Texas while trying to find the mouth of the Mississippi from the Gulf side. He set up a fort there and... well, here is a wik site to get you started,if you are interested, but they have a really bad picture of him. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cave... Good Luck to you and don't mess with Texas
  • The political career of Lyndon Baines Johnson in Texas and the US Senate is fascinating in of itself, but heavily covered. Herman Lay...didn't he found his snack food empire in Texas? Who are the railroad pioneers of Texas? Who founded Texas Instruments after leaving Fairchild Semiconductor? How did this chain of events influence the opening of Intel and the Silicon Valley? How did the purchase of Radio Shack by Tandy Corporation influence the American electronics marketplace and ultimately it's decline as we knew it? Hint: Tandy was known primarily as a leather goods and tools marketer at some point long before the TRS-80. A few I can tweak from my noggin for what's it's worth. If it makes sense or not, food for thought.
  • November 22, 1963, Dallas.
  • If you want something with a little contemporary applicability, something on Lady Bird Johnson (LBJ's wife) who recently passed away might be good. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center was founded in 1982: http://www.wildflower.org/
  • Here's a whole list of topics - along with resources to support your research. Good luck!
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  • The hurricane that hit Galveston in 1900 is pretty interesting. http://www.natchezbelle.org/oldtime/1900strm.htm Hope that helps. :)
  • I turned 13 last May and heard that once your 13 you can choose which parent you want to live with regaurdless if they have custody or not. My mom was a stripper and owes a LOT of childsupport and college loans. My dad said I can NOT live with her. I live in Texas. If I take him to court will my mom end up in jail for not paying child support or could I move in with her? She just got a new job payed in a check where little goes twards child support so they can't hold that against her can they? She is working on getting me back. I don't know why she didn't have custody but she's not a bad parent.. They shouldn't find her guilty for anything.. I'm just worried that if I take it to court they will take her away but I hate life at my dads I hate my step-mom.
  • Your mom might not have custody simply because your dad filed for it and your mom couldn't afford an attorney to fight it. If she's making payments now and is doing what she needs to do to regain custody of you, yea, the judge is going to take that into consideration. And it's true, while you can't 'decide' who you want to live with, you can sign a statement that will be admitted as evidence stating that you do not want to live with your father. The judge will look at the entire situation and make his/her decision. And she doesn't have to be perfect to get custody of you. Of course we don't know the whole story but your dad sounds like a douche. He's probably displayed a lot of anger toward your mom in front of you. Guess what? The judge doesn't like that much either. In TX parents are ordered to refrain from 'badmouthing' each other in front of the child. Feel free to bring that up should you end up in court.
  • That is not how it works. The child does NOT decide. YOU cannot take your father to court to change custody. After a certain age the court may or must (depending on the state law and I'm too tired to look up TX) law during a custody/change of custody hearing. Your mother would have to file and she'd have to prove a change in both her circumstances AND your father's that warrant a change of custody in your best interest. The court decides what is in the best interest of the child and weighs many factors. Since your mom is a stripper at best and way behind on child support there is no way she can prove a change of circumstances that would warrant a change of custody. If she's behind in her child support YES the courts can hold it against her... she failed to comply with a court order, which is a crime.
  • Your mom's back child support is what it is, it's not a secret the court doesn't know about until you walk in. Asking the court to transfer custody to your mom will have no effect on the support issue one way or another. And owing back child support shouldn't make any difference to the judge about custody, either. They are separate issues to the court. Good luck! EDIT, evilatto, of course no one controls the court except the judge, duh, but finally at 13 she gets to state a preference that the judge is supposed to take into consideration. BTW with 20 years in it, you've never seen a juvenile with his or her own representation/advocate/guardian ad litem/ nothing? It's not that rare in California.
  • You heard wrong. A minor NEVER gets to choose which parent will be the custodial parent. A court may take your wishes into consideration but they will never, ever control the court's decision. BTW, a minor can't take anyone to court.
  • Nope, too young, plus there are a lot of restrictions. http://divpat.org/Custody-A-Childs-Choic...
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