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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Collaborative Divorce

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Collaborative Divorce

Divorce is difficult, but not all divorces are created equally.  Here in Austin and Greater Metro Area, more and more people are choosing to resolve their family law issues via the collaborative process.  Collaborative divorce is a method of dispute resolution where the spouses agree from the beginning that they are each going to retain […]

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If Hiring a Divorce Lawyer is Not an Option

If Hiring a Divorce Lawyer is Not an Option

Every marriage two people have is different from other marriages, as well as the relationship that was established between these people and the tiny shelter, literal and figurative, they built for each other. However, unlike marriage, the process of divorce is practically the same for every couple, since the latter follow the same laws, submit […]

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How to Deal with your Relationship After an Affair

How to Deal with your Relationship After an Affair

Now that it is almost Valentines Day, let’s talk about relationships more. I’ve already posted on Infidelity, but, let’s delve deeper and talk about how exactly to deal after finding out, after it has been going on for quite a while and you’ve known for that long as well. Whether you are a long-time couple […]

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Texas Family Law: How can Abuse Affect Child Custody?

Texas Family Law: How can Abuse Affect Child Custody?

When a marriage fails and eventually leads to divorce, one important question arises: who will take custody of the child? At times, guardianship, or conservatorship as used in Texas family law, is a longer and more emotional process than divorce. It already involves the children; And most often, this brings problems to the whole being […]

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Divorcing Your Mortgage

Divorcing Your Mortgage

Many of the divorce cases nowadays are caused by financial issues. It doesn’t come as a surprise when after post-divorce couples fall behind mortgage and face foreclosure. Foreclosure is enough of a headache as it is. When it is complicated by issues pertinent to divorce, it can be more difficult to manage. When a couple […]

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Don’t Succumb to Spousal Spying

Don’t Succumb to Spousal Spying

No matter how you put it, a divorce is not going to be easy, nor will it be anywhere near fun. Imagine, all the hard work and effort you exerted into your marriage just down the drain? That would just seem like a waste. There are countless possible causes to why a marriage comes to […]

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How do I Serve Someone in Mexico?

How do I Serve Someone in Mexico?

Many of family relations here in Texas extend not only within the borders of this state but also as far as Mexico. So, when legal problems arise, the conflict passes through from one point to another point, making it harder for both parties to reconcile their differences and resolve their issues given the situation they […]

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Paying for College Tuition with Your Ex-Spouse

Paying for College Tuition with Your Ex-Spouse

Finding out your child got accepted to a college can bring a lot things.  Joy, excitement, that proud feeling as a parent knowing that your child’s going places are some of the usual feelings you’d get.  Aside from that, one other thing that finding out that your child got into a college would be the […]

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When Your Ex-Spouse is Like the “Donald”

When Your Ex-Spouse is Like the “Donald”

While many Americans are in disbelief with how US President, Donald Trump, is handling things, a group of women and men who has each divorced a narcissist, and some who are sharing child custody with one, are not that shocked anymore. They know the kind of person Donald Trump is, because they were once married […]

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How To Maximize Your Share of Your Marital Estate in a Texas Divorce

How To Maximize Your Share of Your Marital Estate in a Texas Divorce

 Getting a divorce is a serious step in life, and for sure you won’t be undergoing a Texas Divorce for no reason. There could be one big reason or a hundred little things that made you decide to embark on the process of getting a Texas divorce. It can be messy and complicated especially when […]

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