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What to ACTUALLY Expect After Divorce

What to ACTUALLY Expect After Divorce

Marriage is a lifetime agreement. Any attempt to end it would entail much time, money and effort. Most marriages are more than just a union of two people but of two families. Expect disputes on custody and properties. Divorce seeks to have a clear resolution regarding these matters—ending the marriage. The parties involved should anticipate […]

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Can I Divorce a Spouse Addicted to Video Games?

Can I Divorce a Spouse Addicted to Video Games?

Ever since they came along, video games have provided us a form of entertainment. Some play for fun while some immerse in an entirely different world. Games gave an avenue to just tune out of the world for a bit and enjoy ourselves. That doesn’t seem too bad, right? Life can be stressful after all, […]

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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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Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Divorce hearings are complicated. Exchanges can lead to some unpleasant revelations. Some divorces, however, arise from a mutual agreement that the marriage is not working out. These cases are usually concerned with ironing out details.  However, there are cases where one party hurls a serious accusation towards the other party. These cases can lead to […]

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Things to Look Out for Before Signing Your Divorce Decree

Things to Look Out for Before Signing Your Divorce Decree

In your divorce proceedings, one of the final steps would be having your divorce decree signed. This decree basically covers all aspects of your divorce, including but not limited to finances, properties, custody, and debts. Signing this finalizes everything discussed during your divorce proceedings. That’s why it’s important that you take a good look at […]

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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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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 3: How Did I Get Here?

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 3: How Did I Get Here?

One of the first mistakes I see people make at the beginning of this process is to immediately try to figure out “who reported me”. The bottom line is that it doesn’t really matter, and it often can do you a disservice to focus on that issue rather than the more relevant issues of “what […]

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Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

  What do you need to know about Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case? If you and your spouse have been divorced for quite a while, you are likely to enjoy split custody privileges and have been co-parenting your child equally. If you haven’t encountered any problems, it is safe to say that you […]

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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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