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Mediation Essentials for Divorce and Child Custody cases in Texas

The image of divorce from TV and movies is that the husband and wife will inevitably wind up in a courtroom arguing with one another over every last issue of their marriage. Attorneys on TV are nasty ...
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How to Co Parent with an Addict Ex-Spouse

It is not surprising to learn that many divorces have been filed because one spouse is addicted to either drugs or alcohol. When a person isn’t able to control their behavior to an extent where ...
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Will a Texas Court enforce a Mediated Settlement Agreement when one party is a registered sex offender?

For most people, whether they are going through a divorce or child custody case in Texas, a mediated settlement agreement is the golden ticket to finalizing their case. By choosing the work out an ...
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Essential knowledge to have prior to Filing for Divorce in Texas

If you are taking the time to read a blog post with the above title, it’s safe to say that you are either considering filing for divorce or you are holding divorce paperwork in your hands that ...
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What Happens if my Ex-Spouse Refuses to Sign the Final Decree of Divorce Revisited

A Texas divorce case will typically lead both sides to assume the worst of their soon to be ex-partner. I wish there was another way to state this but the truth of the matter is that for most married ...
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The Dirty Trick of Using Delaying Tactics During Your Texas Divorce

Two of the most frequently asked questions I get during my Houston divorce consults are: “How much is my divorce going to cost?” and “How long is my divorce going to take?” It ...
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What are the Steps of a Contested Texas Divorce, and How can I Prepare for Them?

Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". This doesn't mean that there is going to be a full-on ...
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15 Myths About Divorce in Texas

When I meet with potential new clients many of them come to me with preconceived ideas on how property is divided in a Texas Divorce. There are many myths floating around on how property is divided ...
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5 Things to Do to Prepare your Texas Divorce Case for Mediation

It is not uncommon for some of the people who consult with me regarding a divorce to ask why do we need to go to mediation ? Is mediation required to get a Texas divorce ? The answer is no mediation ...
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When Should You Go to Divorce Court in Texas?

Most of the clients I represent would prefer to settle their cases outside of court. However, sometimes my clients or their spouses are insistent on going to court and having a judge hear and decide ...
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Explaining the Contested Divorce Process in Texas

No two divorces are exactly similar. In that way, they are like snowflakes. Unpleasant, frustrating and time consuming snowflakes. Make no mistake, divorces are difficult for both spouses and if there ...
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Until Death Do Us Part and the Texas Divorce?

We have written about in previous blogs about the importance of having an estate plan in place during a Texas Divorce should something happen to you while you are going through a divorce. I was ...
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Texas Divorce Morality Clause: Be Careful What You Ask For

Many clients I have represented in a divorce ask about obtaining a “morality clause,” either while their divorce is ongoing or for after their divorce is finalized. In this section, we ...
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12 Texas Custody & Conservatorship Battle Tips

Before engaging in a custody or conservatorship battle you need to way the cost. A custody battle will very likely: Cause you and your child pain drain your bank account cost you time as it drags and ...
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7 Tips for Divorcing After Age 50 in Texas

Our office has handled and seen divorce from almost every age range. We have helped every from 18-90. It may seem surprising to see couples over the age of 50 going through a divorce especially when ...
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What if My Ex Will Not Sign the Final Decree in My Texas Divorce?

Sometimes forward thinking clients or consults will ask about problems that may arise in the future. One question I have been asked a few times is “what if my spouse will not sign the divorce ...
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Roadmap of Basic Divorce Procedure in Texas

The divorce process in Texas, can be rather daunting, particularly when there are children involved. Before your divorce case is filed, you need to know that there are two bodies of law involved in ...
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Frequently Asked Questions in Texas Divorce Cases

The Texas divorce process can be a confusing, emotional, and stressful maze to navigate. It does not help that for many people they do not know what to expect and there is a lot of false information ...
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How to pick a mediator: Introducing Our Guest Blogger - Fran Brochstein

It’s our delight to introduce a guest blogger, Fran Brochstein of Fran Brochstein, LLC. Fran Brochstein has been license as an attorney in the State of Texas for over 20 years. Fran Brochstein ...
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How Long Will My Texas Divorce Take?

One of the most frequently asked questions in my divorce consults is “How soon can I be divorced ?” Generally, what I tell people is that is the answer depends on them and their soon to be ...
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Texas Divorce Details

In Texas in its simplest form a divorce terminates a marriage giving a married couple the legal right to marry another person. What many people do not know is that a divorce is a lawsuit that does ...
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9 Benefits to Mediating your Texas Divorce Case

One of the things I like about my job is that is never boring. Every case and client I represent is different and unique. Often one of set of facts or situation may be similar to another set of facts ...
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Can I Get 50/50 Time with My Children?

One of the things that comes up in many of my consults is a parent who tells me that they want to get 50/50 time with their children. I have briefly touch on this topic in a previous blog article, ...
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Mom Versus Dad Who Gets the rights? - Custodial Rights Vs. Non-Custodial Rights in Texas

Who gets the rights to the child? In a typical Texas Divorce, the parents of a child will either agree to dividing up the rights and duties each party has or a Court will order a division for them. ...
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3 Great Texas Divorce Mediation Ideas

Mediation is frequently successful for divorcing couples in large part because the mediation process allows for a more informal setting and encourages input from the divorcing spouses. Mediation also ...
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