5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Child Custody Case

Nov

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5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Child Custody Case

The time between the finalizing of your divorce and child custody decisions is more important in a divorce than most people think. While most parents will try to make joint-custody work, sometimes one parent may feel like they need to have sole custody of their children. In these cases, it…

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4 Thanksgiving Tips for the Holidays After a Divorce

Nov

10

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Tips for the Holidays After a Divorce

The holidays can be a trying time in the direct aftermath of a divorce. Especially during Thanksgiving, a divorce can really put a damper on the things in life to be thankful for. However, whether you are a divorced parent or someone who is now recently completely single, there are…

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Essential Steps to Take When Preparing for Mediation

Oct

30

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Essential Steps to Take When Preparing for Mediation

The process of mediation is a strategy that many divorcing couples use in an attempt to avoid the expense of a divorce trial. Mediation involves both parties meeting with a neutral third-party in order to work out some of the specifics in an amicable nature. Most mediation sessions cover important…

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The Impact of Adultery on Your Texas Divorce

Oct

05

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Impact of Adultery Texas Divorce

Committing adultery is one of the many leading causes of divorce. Not only does the act of adultery lead to damaged relationships and loss of trust, but it can also present some obstacles and significant impact regarding the outcome of your Texas divorce. Understanding the impact that your adultery may…

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5 Texas Child Support Misconceptions

Sep

28

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Misconceptions About Child Support

One of the most common results in a divorce between two people is child support. While many divorcing couples may go through this process correctly, there are still people that fall victim to the many myths that surround this process. Understanding support and divorce in Texas is important. After all,…

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Texas Residency Requirements for Divorce

Aug

12

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Texas Residency Divorce Requirements

If you and your spouse have made the decision to file for a divorce, making sure that you have met state and county residency requirements should be the next step in the preparation process. Each state in the nation has its own laws that cover how residency requirements for divorce…

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4 Divorce Mediation Myths

Jul

10

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Mediation for Divorce

The general process for a contested divorce in Texas follows many different steps. One of the key aspects of a successfully contested divorce is negotiations by either party’s attorneys creating a plan that works out for both parties. If negotiations are unsuccessful, one approach to coming to an agreement is…

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What Happens When Your Spouse Will Not Sign Divorce Papers?

Jun

17

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Spouse Won't Sign Divorce Papers

Divorce is a difficult time and it is to be expected that sometimes issues arise during the process. An uncontested divorce is the main goal for most couples that are ready to move on, but this route doesn’t always go as planned. One of the biggest difficulties during a the…

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