Child Support and Loss of Income to COVID-19

Apr

28

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Unemployed dad showing empty wallet

One of the biggest post-divorce obligations a parent must fulfill is child support. After a marriage ends, these continued payments are meant to help the financial benefit of the union’s children. This is a court obligation that can’t be ignored without dire legal circumstances. However, lately, many business owners and…

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The Effect of COVID-19 Closures on Divorce Courts

Apr

16

20
Divorce court during COVID-19

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a significant impact on the day to day operations in Dallas-Fort Worth. From business closures to shelter in place initiatives, everyone’s lives have been impacted by the spread of the virus; right down to how divorce courts are operating. Throughout Texas, most courts have closed…

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When You Can Change a Divorce Decree and How to Do It

Mar

31

20

No matter how long or convoluted your divorce has been, the entire process ultimately leads to the final divorce decree. As the last dep of the divorce process, the decree is what essentially finalizes all of the terms and conditions that have been negotiated throughout the divorce. Your decree is…

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How to Approach a High Net Worth Divorce

Feb

28

20

A high-net-worth divorce is one that involves over one million dollars of liquid assets to be fairly distributed between a divorcing couple. Unfortunately, for some divorcing couples, money doesn’t always buy happiness, and marital bliss is never a guarantee. A contested divorce that involves more assets than the average separation…

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Tips for Getting Through Divorce and Mortgage Complications

Feb

14

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Tips for Getting Through Divorce and Mortgage Complications

Even the most civil divorce can have its fair share of complications. Finances between a divorcing couple are usually the root of divorce stresses, and determining what to do about a mortgage during and after the divorce can raise some justified concerns. Every divorce has its unique issues, but a…

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5 Subtle Signs You’re In A Toxic Marriage

Jan

31

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Signs You May Be in Toxic Marriage

All too often the divorce we handle are the result of a toxic marriage where the love has been lost over the years. If you feel like your marriage may be headed towards a contested divorce, be on the lookout for these red flags that you may be in a…

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How to Create a Co-Parenting Schedule for the New Year

Dec

27

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Co-Parenting Schedule

The new year is approaching fast, and if you’re going through a divorce in Fort Worth that involves child custody, it’s time to start considering your options. You want your children to feel loved during this emotional time of their lives. One step a divorcing couple can take to better…

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Keeping the Holidays Healthy During a Contested Divorce

Dec

16

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Holidays Healthy During Contested Divorce

A contested divorce is a process that can create several emotional roadblocks amongst family members. Although you and your soon-to-be-ex aren’t on the best terms at this time, if you have children involved with your divorce, as parents, you still want to give them the best holiday you can. Even…

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