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Spying on your spouse - What to know in a Texas Divorce

We all live in an age where information is readily at each of our fingertips. A few keystrokes can lead to our discovering the names and birthdates of long lost relatives if we visit a genealogy ...
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The Dirty Trick of Spousal Spying in a Texas Divorce

Our office has had to deal with cases where one party suspects their spouse, rightly or wrongly, of having an affair. They have seen signs: staying out late at night, giving vague information about ...
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Confidentiality Laws in a Texas Divorce

Most civil cases in Texas are open records, meaning that the filings made into the case by either party or the Court itself are viewable by the public. While this may seem invasive at first, the ...
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Dos and Don'ts Regarding Electronic Communications in a Texas Divorce

It never ceases to amaze me what people post or email each other during a divorce in Texas. I have had clients bring in pictures that they obtained from Facebook of the opposing party: using drugs ...
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How Social Media Can Hurt You in Divorce

If you are involved in a Texas Divorce or Child Custody case, you should become aware of what you share and post online. In the age of the internet, we have become comfortable sharing (and ...
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Keep it to Yourself: Confidentiality in Texas Divorces

The judicial system in the United States allows for open access to most court records and proceedings as a general rule of public policy. If you are considering divorcing your spouse in Texas there ...
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Do I Need to Change My Passwords for a Divorce in Texas?

We now live in a world where you can access your email, financial accounts, and social media accounts online. Many married couples share access to those accounts with their spouse. This may have done ...
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Legalities of spying on a child's cell phone in Texas

This article addresses the legalities of spying on your child’s cellphone in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas. Yes. Parents or legal guardians are permitted to monitor the computer, ...
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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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