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The Secrets to a Lasting Marriage

The Secrets to a Lasting Marriage

Every couple who enters into marriage have the intention for it to last forever. However, the vows of staying together in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer is much easier said than done. The challenge of two different people in a lifetime commitment may seem overwhelming. Despite the reported increase of divorce cases […]

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How to Divide a Marital Home in a Texas Divorce

How to Divide a Marital Home in a Texas Divorce

Marriage makes two individuals become one. During the whole period of marriage, couples acquire properties which most of the time are jointly owned. Problems may arise when a couple decides to get divorced. Division of a marital home could get difficult. Separation of assets might lead into conflict and we might not properly exercise our […]

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A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

  The holiday season may be almost over but it’s not a secret that it remains a challenge for divorced parents in Texas. Divorced parents also have to buy gifts, make and carry out plans for the holidays but it’s a period they have to deal with a little differently. To top that off, the […]

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Sex Contracts Through the Years

Sex Contracts Through the Years

It’s no surprise that more often than not, bedroom action starts losing its fire when the relationship reaches a certain stage, especially if you consider the stress that come with a marriage, such as children, expenses, health, or career. This, however, is something you can actually avoid when put into paper. The introduction of the […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

A lawsuit can be lengthy and stressful for both parties involved in a dispute. It can also be very expensive and in many cases, it is a no-win situation. Recognizing this reality, the state of Texas has legislated Alternative Dispute Resolutions. Alternative Dispute Resolutions will give two parties a venue to settle their dispute without […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 4: Who are all the people working on my case?

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 4: Who are all the people working on my case?

The sheer number of people involved in a CPS case can be daunting at best. Often, it seems like parties who may be aligned as filling the same role, but in reality they serve distinct purposes and it is important to tailor your behavior regarding each of the parties differently. Rather than go over each […]

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Voluntarily Relinquishing Your Parental Rights

Voluntarily Relinquishing Your Parental Rights

If you’re one of the many people who never wanted kids, who had an unplanned baby too early, or who believes that you can’t make a great life for your child, then you might want to know that it is possible to relinquish your parental rights, at least according to Texas Law. Even though the […]

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How to Communicate With Your Ex During the Divorce

How to Communicate With Your Ex During the Divorce

Life may not turn out how we want it to be. It’s not even covered with the glitters, sparkles, and unicorn riding in rainbows. Frequently, it is brutal and unforgiving. The same goes for marriage. It can start from the most romantic story from a well-written fictional book, but it may end with two broken […]

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What You Need to Know About IRAs and Your Divorce

What You Need to Know About IRAs and Your Divorce

There are a lot of things that you might be sure of right now, but one thing you will never be able to prepare for what to do during or after a divorce. It’s not only the emotional toll that would weigh on you after deciding to go through divorce – you have to think […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 6: The CPS Investigation

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 6: The CPS Investigation

This section is an important one to pay attention to for anyone who is going through the investigation stages of a CPS process (or hopefully even before it). There are quite a lot of misconceptions about this process, but one main point is the importance of giving the investigators enough information to rule out allegations, […]

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