5 Financial Mistakes Made in a Texas Divorce

Feb

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Financial Mistakes Made in a Texas Divorce

A divorce is an event that can take a financial and emotional toll on the couple involved. While we’ve covered some of the emotional aspects like life after divorce, there are fiscal issues that are equally important. During a divorce, emotions run high and life-changing decisions can be made based…

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4 Tips to Cooling Off Tension with a Difficult Co-Parent

Feb

08

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Tips for dealing with a difficult co-parent

Even years after a divorce involving child custody and co-parenting, there can still be some lingering anger on one side of the parenting partnership. Although these emotions may be masked the majority of the time, when they come out, the anger releases in full force. Dealing with a co-parent that…

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4 Unexpected Positives Found in Life After Divorce

Jan

30

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Positives Found in Life After Divorce

When you are currently going through a divorce, life after the experience may seem bleak. However, once all of the documents are signed, negotiations made, and the dust has settled, your divorce could actually produce some unexpected positive effects in your life. Here are some of the good things that…

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5 Reasons to Hire a Divorce Lawyer Before You Officially File

Jan

05

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5 Reasons to Hire a Divorce Lawyer

In the eyes of some, filing for a divorce is something that can be accomplished by a couple without a family law attorney in the picture. The divorce process is one that has many twists and turns depending on the situation of the couple separating. Do they have children? What…

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7 Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting and Child Custody

Dec

30

18
Co Parenting Dos and Donts

If you and your soon-to-be ex are planning on child custody and co-parenting, it’s a good idea to know the main do’s and don’ts involved with a successful attempt. Here are seven tips that can help you and your ex co-parent your children with optimal results. Co-Parenting Do’s 1.      Make…

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6 New Year’s Resolutions for the Divorcing Couple

Dec

15

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Divorce New Year Resolution

If your 2019 is going to start with a divorce, coming up with some resolutions to make the process easier is a great plan. At Marx, Altman & Johnson, we understand that divorce can be a testing time and approaching the best solutions can be a difficult path to navigate.…

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5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Child Custody Case

Nov

30

18
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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