You Can Serve Divorce Papers through Social Media in Texas

Texas is making moves to serve legal orders such as divorce papers through social media and email to your spouse or partner when they can’t be reached or are outright avoiding receiving those legal orders by conventional methods. In early 2021, the Texas Supreme Court approved these changes to the rules in the state. This […]

How Do I Win A Contested Divorce

“Winning” a divorce can mean different things to different people. For one person it could mean that the majority of assets will go to you, while for another person the primary focus could be their house, or even more importantly their parental and guardianship rights to their children. If you want a divorce and the […]

Understanding Your Final Decree Of Divorce in Texas

When coming to the end of your divorce proceedings, you will probably begin to breathe a sigh of relief to know when the process is complete and you’re holding your final decree of divorce in hand. That document is the physical symbol of closure to your relationship with your now ex-spouse and that you’ve made […]

Pet Custody: Who Gets The Pet During a Divorce?

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 like child custody, we thought […]

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

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. Understanding Emotional Stages of Divorce: Since divorce is such a jarring situation, emotions run high. Denial, anger, sadness, anxiety; they’re all there […]

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce

With how social media has progressed since the early 2000’s, nearly everyone has posted things online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. that can negatively affect them later on. During a divorce, many people make the mistake of posting things that they shouldn’t as well as leaving things readily available for people to find and […]

Legal Separation or Divorce: Which is Better Financially?

Marriage doesn’t always work. When it doesn’t, your marital relationship can degrade to the point of contemplating divorce. If divorce has more than crossed your mind, a legal separation may have as well. Legal separation can be an economical option for couples, while divorce may be the better option. Let’s take a brief look at the advantages and […]

What Happens In A Contested Divorce?

A divorce can be a lengthy legal process in itself. Married couples who decide to separate must undergo a legal process to dissolve their marriage, which is necessary for both parties to be legally single again and have the freedom to remarry in the future. During the divorce, the ex-couple must decide how to divide […]