Denton Law Firm PLLC —Tulsa DUI Defense Attorneys

Denton Law Firm PLLC —Tulsa DUI Defense Attorneys

Your best defense in a DUI arrest

Being arrested for drinking and driving or driving under the influence (DUI) can be scary and extremely stressful. You probably have many questions about how a DUI arrest will affect your job, family and future. During this time it is important to understand your rights and who can help you protect them. You will also need to understand your responsibilities so that you can avoid additional penalties.

The DUI defense team at Denton Law Firm PLLC has represented over 1,000 cases. We will work hard to investigate and defend your case. Our DUI Defense Attorneys can answer your questions and help you understand the potential outcomes in your DUI case.

Call (918) 221-3955 immediately to help protect your rights.

Tulsa DUI & You: What you need to know

In the state of Oklahoma you can be arrested for DUI if you are found to have 0.08 Blood          Alcohol Content (BAC) in your system. Your vehicle will be impounded and you will be arrested. You will also be given a citation to appear in court. You will need legal help in defending yourself against a DUI arrest.

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Contact us today to help you defend your DUI case (918) 221-3955.

What to expect after a DUI arrest in Tulsa

There are a few steps that you will have to get through in your Tulsa DUI case. The first step is the initial DUI arrest. The circumstances and tests administered at the time of the arrest for drinking and driving can affect the outcome of your case. Fortunately, an experienced DUI defense attorney can help you challenge some of the test results such as faulty breathalyzer results and field sobriety tests:

  • One-leg stand (OLS)
  • Walk-and-turn (WAT)
  • Horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) (eye jerking)

The second step involves action by the Oklahoma DMV. At the time of arrest for DUI, your license was confiscated and you may have received a temporary license by the arresting officer. These temporary licenses are typically valid for about a week. You will need to attend a DMV hearing to get your driving privileges reinstated.

We will represent you with a thorough defense against DUI including aggressive challenges of any field sobriety test result.

If you have any questions about the field sobriety tests used to determine your DUI case, please

call us to speak with our DUI defense attorneys at (918) 221-3955.

Who to contact if you are arrested for DUI in Tulsa

It is important to contact a skilled Tulsa area DUI defense attorney as soon as possible. Time is of essence in properly defending your Tulsa DUI case. The DUI defense team at Denton Law Firm PLLC includes a former prosecutor. We know how to challenge a prosecutor’s DUI case against you.

Contact Denton Law Firm PLLC today at (918) 221-3955 to get the help you need to defend your DUI case.


How to End the Vicious Downward Cycle of Credit Card Debt Once and For All

Many people who are in over their heads with credit card debt are basically “Robbing Peter to pay Paul.” For example, many people who are out of work may be taking large cash advances to pay other debts. But in the end the credit card bill with the cash advance shows up and there is not enough money to pay it, so another credit card is used to pay that bill. It’s a merry go round that is very difficult to get off.

Many Dallas residents end up going through their savings account and putting themselves in heavy debt without realizing that they have a perfectly legal option such as filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Some of the advantages of filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy:

  • You do not have to make payments to creditors
  • Creditors can not take action against you (liens on paycheck or bank account)
  • Harassing phone calls must stop immediately
  • All debts will be discharged

If you are a resident of Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, Garland, Rowlett, Mesquite and Plano, contact Dallas bankruptcy law firm, Fears | Nachawati, toll free at 1.866.705.7584 or for more information how Chapter 7 can help you get a fresh start.

False Statements

False Statements

Most people think of perjury only occurring in a courtroom. But in reality, making false statements to law enforcement officials, sabotaging investigations by withholding information and lying on official documents are also considered perjury and are punishable by law.

False statements sometimes happen by accident on documents such as tax returns or loan applications. Other times, when an individual is giving oral testimony, it can be difficult to recall events accurately and clearly. These lapses in memory may be wrongfully considered to be lies by local and federal agencies and can lead to prosecution.

When is Best Time to Act?

An individual involved in a False Statement investigation needs to speak with white collar criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to protect their reputation and freedom. Contact our experienced NY criminal defense attorneys today at 844-227-1981.
Types of False Statements Charges:

Charges typically include providing false oral statements to federal investigators or filling out fraudulent and false applications for federal grant money, relief assistance or other federal funding.
Criminal Schemes Related to False Statements:

Some of the criminal schemes include providing false information on a tax return, federal grant or relief assistance. Additionally, making false oral statements to federal investigators can also be prosecuted as it is a crime to knowingly provide false information within the jurisdiction of an investigating federal agency.

Crimes Related To False Statements:

Related crimes include false writing that contains any materially false, fictitious or fraudulent statements or use of false documents.

Title 18 U.S.C. § 1001 is commonly used in most any federal criminal investigation involving fraudulent activity.
Penalties/Punishment for False Statements:

While every False Statement case has different allegations, it is extremely important to understand that a prosecution under this code section can be somewhat harsh if the dollar amounts involved are large.  The more money is involved, the greater the potential sentencing under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and the greater exposure to possible incarceration.
Successful Defenses:

To win a conviction, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that an individual knowingly and willingly lied or left out information.

Differences between State & Federal Charges

Title 18 U.S.C. § 1001 is the used by U.S. Attorney’s Offices to prosecute cases where money was allegedly gained through providing false statements. Cases are heard in NY federal courts.

High Profile/ Govt. cases of False Statements

In a press release on May 5, 2014 from the Department of Justice, Northern District of New York, “Richard S. Hartunian, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, announced today that Mark Anselm, 37, of Clayton, N.Y., was sentenced to seven years in prison before the U.S. District Judge Glen T. Suddaby after having pled guilty to six felony offenses that charged him with making false statements to officials of the United States Coast Guard, possession and use of an altered merchant marine license, and aggravated identity theft. In addition, Anselm was sentenced to three years of supervised release following his release from prison.”

Contact Us:

If you are facing False Statements criminal charges, a government investigation or some other enterprise corruption violation, you need a white collar defense attorney who can get you the best results. The Blanch Law Firm has been fighting for our clients’ freedom and reputation for years. Contact our expert criminal defense attorney team today by calling 844-227-1981.

Prenups/Marital Agreements & Cohabitation Agreements in Texas

Prenups/Marital Agreements & Cohabitation Agreements in Texas

Texas Prenup Agreements

Texas law allows couples intending to marry to create an agreement that characterizes their property as separate or community. That agreement is known as a premarital agreement, prenuptials or “prenups” are the most well-known and accepted marital agreements. A premarital agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties.

While not the most romantic gesture, premarital agreements can serve a great purpose in a relationship. A premarital agreement will serve to outline who keeps what, it can also be used to set boundaries around many other specific agreements in a marriage such as control of property during the marriage and penalties for infidelity. Considering that about half of marriages in Texas end up in divorce, it’s a smart step to have some form of marital agreement in place to protect both persons in a marriage.

The family law attorneys at Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins have written hundreds of Texas marital agreements for people in a high net worth marriage. Our Argyle area attorneys can assess your situation and determine if a marital agreement would be appropriate for your unique situation. Call us today at 972-200-3756 to schedule a free consultation.

Texas Cohabitation Agreement

Common law marriages are recognized in the State of Texas. If you have been living with your partner for a certain number of years, you may be entitled to part of his or her property or assets. Many couple chose to live together rather than marriage for a variety of reasons. A cohabitation agreement will clarify any financial arrangements or other commitments in the relationship. Having a cohabitation agreement can also reduce financial loss on top of the emotional trauma after a breakup.

The cohabitation agreement needs to state that both parties agree that they are not married and that it has been entered into voluntarily. A cohabitation agreement can offer asset protection for the partner that has significantly higher net worth or makes significantly more money than his or her partner. Without a cohabitation agreement, couples that live together could risk that their relationship being considered a common law marriage. Should this happen, the wealthier partner could lose considerable assets and property.

Similar to premarital agreements, cohabitation agreements covers couples who want to avoid costly litigation and clarify other wishes upfront. This is especially important for the party who has a greater income or has entered the relationship with pre-existing wealth.

Our Argyle family law attorneys can help you create a cohabitation agreement that will reduce your risk of loss and will be upheld in the Texas courts.

Benefits of Cohabitation Agreements

Some of the benefits of a cohabitation agreement are that it disavows a common law marriage and lists certain expectations agreed by both partners. They can include a monthly shopping budget, scheduled time commitments or date nights and clarification of finances during the relationship.

Having a clear understanding of expectations in a relationship may help keep a couple focused on their relationship versus constantly going over these issues. And if you marry your partner, your cohabitation agreement can be used as a prenuptial agreement and its terms brought in accordingly.

When creating a cohabitation agreement, always choose your own attorney to represent you so that your desires are heard, your rights are protected and that the agreement is ruled as fair to both persons. This will improve the odds that the cohabitation agreement will hold up in a Texas court. Contact us today to represent you and protect your property and assets.

Learn More about Texas Cohabitation Agreements for Same-Sex Couples

While the State of Texas only recognizes a marriage between a man and a woman, same-sex couples can enter into cohabitation agreements in Texas. Like a prenuptial agreement, cohabitation agreements can help in the division of property if the couple decides to separate.

Same-sex couples who choose to live together and who have valuable assets or property, should learn more about the process of cohabitation agreements. We can explain how cohabitation agreements work for same-sex couples and the steps necessary to help ensure the cohabitation agreement is enforceable in the Texas courts.

Call us with your questions about premarital agreement laws at 972-200-3756. We have helped clients in Denton County, City of Allen, Plano, Highland Village and Frisco. We look forward to providing you with expert legal advice regarding a premarital or cohabitation agreement.

Texas Elder Care, Estate Planning and Wills & Trusts

Texas Elder Care, Estate Planning and Wills & Trusts

Compassionate Frisco Attorneys

As people live longer, they have shifted their views for long term planning to include for their long term health care and finances. Estate planning has become an important issue for many individuals and families living in Frisco and in other communities in Texas.

For over 25 years, Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins has provided answers and help to our clients with questions about elder care, estate planning and wills or trusts. Contact our expert elder care attorneys with your estate planning questions. We will work hard to help you protect your assets today and plans for the future.

Guardianship in Texas

Guardianship may serve as an effective and often necessary means to protect a family member and his or her property and assets. A guardian is a person appointed by a Texas court to care for a person incapacitated person due to disease, injury or other disabilities and to protect from abuse or exploitation. It is very common for one person is chosen to be the guardian who will act on behalf of both the person and their property.

There are situations when alternate methods to guardianship are available. A consultation with one of our elder law attorneys will help you make appropriate decisions for you and your loved ones. Contact us today.

Life Care Management

Caring for loved ones with a long-term illness or disability can be overwhelming and can lead a person to question their decisions regarding medical care for their elderly loved ones. Our elder law attorneys can help families get the best health care for their loved ones from providers and resources.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is no longer only for the rich and powerful. Even a person with a modest estate can protect their assets with proper estate planning. Proper estate planning can help avoid infighting and confusion within a family after a loved one has passed on. Our estate attorneys can provide comprehensive estate planning services individuals or families interested in creating wills and trusts in the Frisco area and throughout Texas.

Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is a written document that lets you appoint a trusted person, or even an organization, to act on your behalf. It can be used as a method to protect you and your loved ones. Depending on your particular situation, powers of attorney can be broad, limited, general or durable.



Having a valid Texas will can make it easier for the distribution of your estate for your family and loved ones, designate an executor to handle your estate in probate and to choose a guardian for your minor children. Currently the State of Texas recognizes three basic types of wills:

  • Attested Will
  • Formal Will
  • Holographic Will

The laws for Texas wills cover your spouse, your children and other loved ones. We can discuss the different features of each will and which will provide the most significant benefit for you and your family. Schedule a free consultation with one of our estate attorneys to start planning your estate.


A trust is an arrangement under which one person, called a trustee, holds legal title to property for another person, called a beneficiary. The types of trusts available in Texas include:

  • Revocable Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts

Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins provides professional legal consultation on establishing trusts to ensure the protection of your assets for long term life care planning and for taking care of your family and loved ones.


In some cases the process of probate can take several months to a few years. Being named as the administrator or executor of an estate can be overwhelming and full of many pitfalls. Proper legal advice is necessary to help you expedite the probate process, avoid costly errors and protect the estate from lawsuits. Schedule a meeting today with our Frisco probate attorneys to discuss your probate case.

Medicaid and Asset Protection

With proper planning, there are steps you can follow to legally gift your assets to loved ones to qualify for Medicaid benefits and avoid tax consequences. Contact us today for more information.

If you have questions about with elder care law, please call us at 972-200-3756 for a consultation. We have helped clients in Allen, Fairview, Frisco, Highland Village, McKinney, Argyle, Coppell and Flower Mound. We look forward to providing you with expert legal advice to protect your assets and property.

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Texas Business Lawyers in Argyle

Texas Business Lawyers in Argyle

Business Knowledge, Legal Experience

Experienced Legal Advocates for your Business

Whether you are dealing with a contract dispute, business restructuring or any other business law matter, the business lawyers at Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins are committed to working with our clients to ensure that their legal needs are fully satisfied and their business continue to be profitable. We have the resources and experience to represent diverse business clients, from local small business to international Fortune 500 corporations. We have helped thousands of people reach their business goals.

Our business law attorneys have more than 25 years experience in handling business law and health law transaction matters. We serve clients in the Argyle area and nearby communities in Texas. For over two decades, our clients have received help with the following questions:

  • What are the legal issues in starting a business?
  • How is a corporate structure formed?
  • How should I write a shareholder agreement that will protect

both the corporation and its shareholders?

  • What should you proactively address during a merger or acquisition?
  • How do I respond to an OSHA citation and/or litigation?

Serving your legal needs is our primary goal at Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins. Contact us to discuss your business concerns and goals. We take the time to understand the challenges you may be facing with your business and will help you reach your goals.

Call us today at 972-200-3756 or fill out our online form.

Business Formation and Contracts

Starting a business in Texas requires many decisions. The first step is to decide which business structure to adopt. Our Texas business lawyers help Argyle business owners choose the right path for success.  When you need business contracts drafted or reviewed, our business savvy attorneys know how to troubleshoot, optimize, and strategize at the drafting stage to mitigate risk.  We will revise contracts that may have not been initially drafted in your best interest, safeguarding your rights and obligations. Schedule a consultation to learn more on how our legal services can help your business.

Buying or Selling a Business in Texas

We can help the buying or selling a business in the State of Texas.  Our business law firm provides complete representation for both buyers and sellers. We can assist in every step of the process, from the negotiation phase through the due diligence process and closing the transaction.  Contact our business attorneys to learn of alternatives for a purchase or sale of a business in Texas.

General Counsel Services in Argyle, Texas

Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins offers general counsel services to a variety of business, from the individual owners to the mid-sized organizations across Argyle and throughout the State of Texas.  Our business law attorneys can assist organizations that have ongoing legal needs but do not need a full-time lawyer on their staff.

Business Law Litigation

Litigation is sometimes needed to fight for or defend your rights as a business owner.  Even with the best intentions by a business owner, not every situation can reach a mutual agreement. While legal battles should be avoided by a business, litigation is one of the ways a business owner can protect his business. Contact us today to get more information about your rights as a business owner in Texas. Our business law attorneys also have handled cases involving:

Construction law

Real estate law

Employment law

Administrative law

Buyouts and dissolution

Business restructuring

Mergers and acquisitions

Buy/sell agreements

Non-compete agreements

Shareholder agreements/member agreements

Business confidentiality agreements

Corporate control agreements

Employment agreements


Commercial transactions

Commercial real estate

Mineral rights interests

Business Law Experience You Can Rely On

As legal business professionals, we understand the challenges many businesses face; we face them every day ourselves. We also understand what it takes to manage risks and become a successful business. Our success has lead to repeat clients who come back to us and refer us to other businesses. Our clients know we are committed to finding the best solutions for their business goals.

Contact us to go over your short-term and long-term goals. We assist clients in Allen, Denton County, Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Argyle, Coppell and Flower Mound.

Every successful business venture starts with a solid plan. Call us today at 972-200-3756 to help you get started with your business goals. An online form is also available for your convenience.


At Plastic Surgery Associates, We Base Our Beliefs and Our Practice Around Superior Patient Care

The Plastic Surgery Associates of Lafayette proudly serve the patients of Lafayette and New Iberia, as well as the entire Acadiana region of Louisiana.

We are skilled plastic surgeons specializing in breast surgery, body contouring and facial surgery. We also offer reconstruction, hand and wrist and precise spa services.

We currently have three physicians on staff who serve patients in the Lafayette area, and together they have accumulated what amounts to more than 40 years of experience in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Dr. Darrell L. Henderson is Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Call our friendly staff at 337-366-0574 to schedule your free consultation.

What superior care means to us

We believe each patient has the right to an individual assessment concerning his or her health and well-being. This type of care requires a realistic analysis of what can be achieved with surgical procedures. We believe that treatment options should be selected with the guidance of an experienced and skilled plastic surgeon. Whether you are considering a breast enhancement, tummy tuck or neck lift, schedule your free, private consultation with our plastic surgeons.

What superior care means to our patients

With individualized care, each patient will have the opportunity to meet our plastic surgeons and discuss what procedure they are seeking and why. What each patient will receive is an honest and helpful evaluation of the procedure and possible results. Once a patient decides to proceed with our surgeons, the absolute best medical care coupled with excellent client service will be offered. If you are considering a plastic surgery procedure, contact us today to schedule your free consultation.

When superior care is important

Providing our patients superior care is what drives our practice. We believe superior care is important before and after any plastic surgery procedure. From the moment you walk into our clinic and are greeted by our friendly and professional medical support staff to providing care after a procedure. We are there to provide excellent care every step of the way.

Why superior care is vital

Catalogue-like shopping for surgery can be misleading for the patient. The selection of treatment options involves much more than browsing through pictures. We take the time to listen to questions from our patients and provide honest responses based on our years of experience. We understand that many of these procedures are life altering for our patients. It is a decision that should not be taken lightly and should be only be performed by skilled plastic surgeons. When you are ready to take the next step towards your plastic surgery procedure, contact us at 337-366-0574 for a free consultation. An online contact form is also available for your convenience.

We look forward to serving you and providing a satisfying and pleasant experience with your plastic surgery procedure.