About Patric McCallum

Patric McCallum is a principal attorney with Drew & McCallum. He focuses his practice on family and business law, helping business leaders and Texas families with their legal challenges and needs. He brings a wealth of trial experience and industry knowledge to every matter he handles.

Stop Procrastinating on these 8 Business Policies

2019-04-11T17:59:05-05:00By |

Stop Procrastinating on these 8 Business Policies Procrastination: never do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Most of us have a love/hate relationship with procrastination. It can fuel our creativity and clarify goals. It can also cripple our task lists and raise our blood pressure.  When do [...]

6 Steps to Hiring Your First (or Next) Employee

2019-04-22T14:24:07-05:00By |

6 Steps to Hiring Your First Employee It's time to hire your first employee.  So, how do you do that? There are multiple steps involved, all with different state law, federal law, and regulatory compliance requirements.  You can spend hours (even days) researching and trying to figure [...]

I’m Thinking About Divorce – What Now?

2019-04-12T13:26:07-05:00By |

I'm Thinking About Divorce - What Now?   You're up nights thinking about divorce.  You can't sleep.  You're not doing well at work.  You don't know what to do.  Can your relationship be saved?  Divorce is such an ugly word, but there seems to be no avoiding [...]

What are Non-Compete Agreements? Start Here.

2019-04-11T17:48:57-05:00By |

Questions about Non-Compete Agreements?  Start Here We are frequently asked questions about non-compete agreements.  First, what are they?  Second, are they enforceable?  Third, what are the requirements?  This article is a short introduction to non-compete agreements. What Is A Non-Compete Agreement? A non-compete agreement is an agreement [...]

Franchises Are A Great Way To Start A New Business

2019-03-12T17:22:34-05:00By |

Considering Franchises?  Need Help Buying or Selling a Franchise?  Start Here Franchises are a great way to start a new business.  Owners are called franchisors.  Investors are called franchisees.  The business is established and systems are already developed.  The brand is known in the community, and the franchisor typically [...]

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