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Common Law Marriages in Texas, Part Two

Much of yesterday’s blog post related to common law marriages discussed the three qualifications that must be in place for yours to be a valid common law marriage: be two adults who consent to ...
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Cohabitation Agreements in Texas Family Law

Despite their not being a part of the Texas Family Code, cohabitation agreements are contacted for in Texas and would most likely be honored by a family law court. In a contact, both you and the other ...
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Non-Marital Conjugal Cohabitation Agreements for the Unmarried Couple in Texas

Over the past 6 months I have met with several potential clients who decided to make some major financial decisions with their boyfriend or girlfriend and unfortunately the relationship did not ...
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