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How to Begin Your Texas Divorce

What do I need to do to before I begin divorcing my spouse? How do I protect: My children? My privacy? My assets? What first steps should I take in my Texas divorce ? In the early stages of your ...
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6 things You Need to Know Before You File for Divorce in Texas

There are the six things you must do before you act on any thoughts you have about divorce. These steps are specific to Texas divorce but can be applied to divorce in many states. It’s important ...
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8 Tips for Reducing the Cost of a Divorce in Texas

You have probably heard that divorce can be a very expensive process. This is made all the more frustrating because, at the time of divorce, you may be in the most difficult financial position you ...
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