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Where do You File for Divorce and What to Do after Filing

Where do You File for Divorce and What to Do after Filing

The decision A divorce isn’t a process that a lot of people know much about before they begin and there tend to be a lot of questions.  The first step of a divorce is to file for divorce, or rather to petition the court for a divorce.  I will go into that briefly before answering […]

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Texas Guidelines on Estate Administration

Texas Guidelines on Estate Administration

The State of Texas has laws and guidelines implemented to ensure that estate administration is orderly and fair for all parties. They also address the key questions regarding the management and the beneficiaries of the decedent’s property and assets.  Who can assume the role of the administrator? The decedent nominates the administrator or executor. The […]

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Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting hacks are definitely needed when you deal with your child after your divorce . We all know that the strongest impact and blows from the divorce end up on the children. The divorce will completely change your child’s life and their views of the world. It will also change the way they spend time […]

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What You Need to Know Before Starting a Divorce in Texas

What You Need to Know Before Starting a Divorce in Texas

Should the time come and you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, it would be good to at least know what you need to do before you file for one. By doing so, you’re at least prepared for it and aware of what you’ll need to get the divorce and what processes you’ll […]

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Best Parenting Apps You Need in 2019

Best Parenting Apps You Need in 2019

We’re practically surrounded by technology. In almost every aspect of our everyday lives, we at least have one interaction with some form of technology. There’s no avoiding it. Since technology is at our fingertips, it’s only natural that we make use of it to help better our lives. Instead of shying away from it, you […]

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How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

First and foremost, what is a bill of review? Basically, a bill of review is a method to secure a new trial after the initial trial has ended. For instance, if you had a case in Texas and you were not satisfied with the result, you have the option to seek means to get a […]

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Presumption of Death in Texas

Presumption of Death in Texas

When a person suddenly disappears from society and stays that way for some time, it will surely be alarming. There are times when people become untraceable and unreachable. In those cases, filing missing person report might not be enough. Here is where the term presumption of death comes in. Despite no clear or direct evidence […]

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Tips on Conducting Yourself in Family Court

Tips on Conducting Yourself in Family Court

First impressions last. And in family court, impressions do happen to have some bearing on how your case goes. To help you out in your family court proceedings, it would be good to keep a few things in mind so as to make and maintain that good impression. Look Presentable When people look at you, […]

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When Death Comes After Divorce in Texas

When Death Comes After Divorce in Texas

Divorce proceedings can take some time, and in the duration of an extended trial, anything can happen, even death. This is a reality that everyone has to face so the law in Texas. Death Prior to Finalization of Divorce When a death occurs before the divorce is finalized, the decision is easy for the judge. […]

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Texas Judicial Appointments Are Extremely Odd!

Texas Judicial Appointments Are Extremely Odd!

So, there was recently a judicial election in Tarrant County. But most of the voters probably had no idea. And even if they did, they wouldn’t get to cast a ballot. Why is that, you might ask? Well, that’s because only Republican precinct chairs have any say regarding the candidates for two state district court […]

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