Post-Divorce Signs of Parental Alienation

Dec

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Little girl is crying because her parents quarrel.

Your child custody agreement involves your co-parenting plan and court-ordered visitation schedules. However, sometimes despite court agreements, animosity prevails and one parent may attempt to physically or emotionally alienate the children from their ex. This can quickly lead to serious legal complications and is something that should be stopped as…

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What are 5 Ways You Could Demolish Your Own Case in Court

Dec

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Red wood table and red chair in the justice court

The goal of a divorce is to get your life started on a new path under the best possible circumstances. During a contested divorce, there can be a lot on the line. Between child custody, property division and potential financial mishaps, you want to make sure that every move you…

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How Does Substance Abuse Impact Your Divorce?

Nov

16

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close up of drugs with money, spoon and syringe

Addiction is a problem that can quickly eat away at a marriage’s finances and the core trust that holds a union together. Addiction through forms of substance abuse often lead to destruction in a user’s life. Unfortunately, this destruction usually has a ripple effect that damages the foundation of a…

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Understanding the Differences Between Your Divorce Decree and Divorce Certificate

Sep

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Divorce Decree Form

At the end of the divorce journey, both parties will receive documents that completely finalize the process. The divorce decree and divorce certificate are two such documents that may seem similar to unfamiliar eyes, but are in fact, very different pieces of information. Here’s a closer look at both documents,…

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Pet Custody During A Divorce

Sep

16

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Woman Going Through Divorce Holds Dog

Over the years, pets have become more and more like family to couples without children. While our four-legged friends are definitely part of our hearts, where do they lie as part of a divorce decree if a marriage goes sour? While our firm focuses on larger issues in a divorce…

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How a Divorce Lawyer Can Help You Through the Emotions of Divorce

Aug

31

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Divorce Lawyer Helps Client

Divorce is never something a couple expects when they say the words “I do.” Unfortunately, though, life can sometimes interfere with marriage and divorce becomes the messy end of a former love story. Since divorce is such a jarring situation, emotions run high. Denial, anger, sadness, anxiety; they’re all there…

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Key Differences Between a Separation Agreement and Divorce

Aug

14

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Divorce

When it comes to escaping a tumultuous marriage, some people may be wary of the divorce process and opt for a separation agreement over a finalizing divorce. Whether they are on the fence about their relationship or feel like the divorce process is too stressful to negotiate, in Texas, separation…

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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting With a Narcissist

Jul

31

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Co-parenting

A divorce from a toxic or narcissistic spouse usually results in a contested divorce full of high emotions and stalemates. Despite the difficulties in these divorces, decisions must be made that lead to the finalization of the divorce. One of the biggest decisions many divorcing couples need to make if…

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