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Here is a list of other useful web sites I've found on the web.

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These sites can save you money and time if you are buying, selling, building or renovating a house:

Houston Bar Association
-This is a very useful website containing lots of information about the law. I especially recommend its "Kidzone" as well as the Consumer and Family law handbooks, published in many languages.

American bar Association
-Useful information about your legal rights.

Consumer Credit Counseling Services (CCCS)

Lemon Law
- Check out a list of all state lemon laws.

Product recalls
-To learn about product recalls, check out the following links:

  • operated by the Consumer product safety Commission
  • operated by the Food and drug Administration
  • operated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Tax Tips 4U
-"It's designed to provide helpful, up-to-date information to consumers seeking a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities as taxpayers. "
-Divorce Interactive is a comprehensive divorce resource containing divorce and family law information on child support, custody, alimony and visitation issues; divorce advice; and a directory of support groups, attorneys, mediators and other divorce professionals.
-A do itself divorce site with information about the law in all fifty states (not recommended when there are children involved).
-Obtaining a copy of your medical records.

Texas Department of Public Safety
-This site contains the Sex Offender Database and additional information on child molestation plus other public safety issues and driver's information.

TexCare Partnership
-TexCare Partnership offers two separate children’s health insurance programs. Both programs provide health insurance for children at a price that fits the budgets of Texas families.

Texas Children's Health Insurance Program
-This insurance program is designed for families who earn too much money to qualify for Medicaid health care, yet cannot afford to buy private insurance.

Social Security Online
-The official web site of the Social Security administration. Contains much useful information and a guide to understanding Social Security.

Senior Law Site
-Articles and updates on Medicare and Medicaid and other issues of interest to seniors.

Elder Law Site
-Oldest and largest eldercare sourcebook on the web. Information, links and articles for seniors.

Texas Probate Code
-A copy of the Texas statute govern probate matters.

- Do you have a questions about health law and policy?

Department of Transportation
- Want to know more about your rights when you travel on an airline?

National Consumer Law Center
- An organization that primarily provides legal information but has some information the layperson.

Consumer World
- 1500 of the most useful consumer resources on the net. Federal Trade Commission
- Consumer Information.

Hieros Gamos
- A comprehensive legal and government site with over 15,000 pages and 30,000 links.

List of American Bar Association-approved Law Schools
- Are you interested in going to law school? Check the ABA's website.

Constitution Center
- What to learn more about the constitution of the United States?

University of Chicago Law Library
- A great source of legal information and a complete up-to-date list of legal listservs.

U.S. Government Consumer Gateway
- Directs consumer to the appropriate government agency.

One Stop Business Center
- Join the over 45,000 small businesses who have contacted the One Stop Business Center as their first step on the road to success.
- For information about the law in other states, or, to find an attorney.