Blog Posts in January, 2016

Child Custody and Divorce in Spring, TX

This articles is going to address the ins and outs and all the details that you will need to know about child custody in Texas. Usually if you have children, and you are going through a divorce, this ...
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Steps To Take Before Moving Out of the Marital Residence During a Divorce in Spring, TX

Step 1: Do not move out unless it is necessary If there has been domestic violence, safety must be the highest priority and everything else a distant second. In other situations, though, the leaving ...
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Uncontested Divorce Attorney in Spring, Texas

Uncontested Divorce in Texas Divorce in many people’s minds involves yelling, fighting, name calling, crying, and long drawn out courtroom battles. This does not have to be the case. Uncontested ...
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Hiring a Divorce or Family Lawyer in Spring, Texas

A divorce or family lawyer who is a good fit One of the things you should look for I a divorce or family law attorney who is a good fit for you. I am strong believer that not all divorce and family ...
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Cell Phones, Mail, Computers, Spying on your Spouse, and Privacy Rights in a Spring, Texas Divorce

Texas Law says it is illegal to intentionally intercept spoken or electronic communication. There are some exceptions to this law. However, a person contemplating should be very careful not to fall ...
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Should I move out of the marital home during a divorce?

Should I move out of the marital home during a divorce ? There is no one right answer that fits every case and the answer will depend on your individual circumstances. Things to consider when making a ...
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Do I have to move out of the marital home during a divorce in Spring, Texas?

This article addresses questions concerning the marital home and whether it is necessary to move out during a divorce. Do I have to move out because my spouse told me to? No, you do not have to leave ...
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What is Divorce and Family Law Mediation in Spring and Houston Texas?

This article addresses Divorce Mediation in Texas and when it is required and how it can be helpful. What is Divorce and Family Law Mediation? Divorce and Family Law Mediation is one form of ...
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I am Not a United States Citizen and Live in Spring, Texas Can I file for Divorce?

This article addresses filing for divorce in Texas if you are not a United States Citizen. Requirements for filing a Divorce in Texas The Following are required in order to file for divorce in Texas: ...
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Spousal Support, Spousal Maintenance, and Alimony in Spring and Houston Texas and when is it available?

This article addresses Spousal Support, Spousal Maintenance, and Alimony in Texas and when it is available. A good place to begin in discussing this topic is what is the difference between Spousal ...
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Texas Parental Visitation - Texas Standard Possession Orders in Harris and Montgomery County, Texas - Part 1

One of the questions many parents have during a divorce or after they separate from the other parent involves what kind of visitation they or the other parent will have. Most of the time in divorce ...
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Who Gets to Claim the Children as a Tax Exemption on the Tax Return in Spring, Texas?

This is question that arises frequently during a divorce or paternity action is which parent will be allowed to claim children for tax purposes on their tax return. Referring to the Court Order or ...
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Can a Parent remove My Child from the state of Texas or from the County or Country where I am living?

This article addresses custody issues in Texas and whether parents can move their children out of state before and after a Child Custody Order. Before a Court Order Before there is an order of the ...
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