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The Best and Worst Things about Divorce During the Holidays

The Best and Worst Things about Divorce During the Holidays

One would think that life following divorce means freedom from commitments. You would think life is easier when you’re single again. Well, for some it can also be the opposite. The picture of being alone and no one to be with, especially during the Holiday season, can be a bit depressing. After all, life is […]

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Divorced Parents: Co-Parenting Tips before Kids go to School

Divorced Parents: Co-Parenting Tips before Kids go to School

Interaction after separation from a former spouse can be awkward and might lead to a little tension between the ex-couples. Divorce after marriage is complicated, especially when you have kids together. Most of the time, divorced couples usually still have children at a school age. For the sake of the kids, parents will always do […]

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Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

 Child custody arrangements are one of the most nerve-wracking court decisions you’d ever have to anticipate as a parent in a Texas Family Court. Most of the parents who approach Texas family law attorneys have this as their biggest concern regarding their divorce . Parents are also aware that the divorce can have a huge […]

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Who May Adopt in Texas?

Who May Adopt in Texas?

Under the law of Texas, for legal purposes, a child is only permitted to have one legal set of parents, either biological or adoptive. Adoption is the asking of the court to make people who are not already biological parents of a child the latter’s legal parents. These cases require the careful determination of the […]

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Coping Successfully and Facing a New Life after Your Divorce in Texas

Coping Successfully and Facing a New Life after Your Divorce in Texas

A divorce in Texas or anywhere else, is definitely life-changing. It could be a major turning point in your life. The result of the divorce might make you feel like you’ve won or lost, but regardless of that, you will have to cope along with your family members. There are many legalities you and your […]

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Divorce in Texas

Divorce in Texas

I. What Is Divorce Divorce is the legal separation of a marriage. It is the termination of the marriage relationship before the death of either of the spouses.  II. Divorce in Texas In Texas, divorce is also commonly referred to as the dissolution of marriage.  There are two different types of divorce: fault divorce and […]

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Grandparent Involvement in a CPS Case

Grandparent Involvement in a CPS Case

  A CPS case can be one of the toughest family law case an attorney has to handle. It can be really heartbreaking, at the same time frustrating. From the point of view of the child, it is alleged that he or she is a victim of neglect or abuse at the hands of people […]

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Getting Divorced Outside of Texas

Getting Divorced Outside of Texas

Getting Divorced in the State of Texas In order to file for a divorce in the State of Texas, residency requirements must be met for the court to acquire jurisdiction over the persons involved. Otherwise, the case will be dismissed. It begins with the filing of the divorce petition by any of the spouses. A […]

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Are Your Arguments Leading to a Divorce?

Are Your Arguments Leading to a Divorce?

If your marriage is on the rocks, it’s possible that you have already considered getting a divorce at least once. In thinking about a divorce, you must have several reasons why you’re even considering it. It’s likely that there’s either you have arguments regarding trust or infidelity or money issues that would push you over […]

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What Happens to the Community Property after Divorce?

What Happens to the Community Property after Divorce?

Knowing whether a property is characterized as community or separate is very important when you divorce.  When filing for divorce, if there is no agreement between the spouses as to the division of the property, the court will be the one to decide on this matter. Texas Law on Community Property Texas follows the rules […]

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