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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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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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Can I buy a House During My Texas Divorce?

In a previous blog article, “His, Hers and Ours - Texas Divorce” we discussed the difference between community property and separate property. At its core it is a fairly easy concept to ...
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Legal Separation in Texas?

This article addresses Legal Separation in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas. Legal separation is a concept that provides a middle ground between marriage and divorce. Some states have enacted ...
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