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  • WHERE DO I GO TO GET DIVORCE PAPERS SERVED IN TEXAS?
    WHERE DO I GO TO GET DIVORCE PAPERS SERVED IN TEXAS?

    Giving Legal Notice Service of Citation and Service of Documents It is required under the Texas Family Code that a spouse be notified when a divorce case has been opened. This means they must be ...

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  • Legalities of spying on a child's cell phone in Texas
    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, smartphone, ...

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  • How an annulment is different than a divorce in Texas
    How an annulment is different than a divorce in Texas

    I periodically get questions regarding annulments and divorces . I believe it is worth writing about some of the differences between the two. In Texas there are two different ways to legally end a ...

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  • I DO NOT!!! Who keeps the engagement or wedding ring when the relationship ends in Texas?
    I DO NOT!!! Who keeps the engagement or wedding ring when the relationship ends in Texas?

    The answer to who gets to keep the engagement or wedding ring in Texas after the relationship ends depends on the facts of the case. Engagement ring An engagement ring is considered a “conditional ...

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  • I have been served with Divorce Papers - What do I do now in Texas?
    I have been served with Divorce Papers - What do I do now in Texas?

    This article addresses what to do after you have been served with divorce papers in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas. Step 1 – What are the Divorce Documents? At the very least you likely have ...

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  • What do I do if I have overpaid child support in Texas?
    What do I do if I have overpaid child support in Texas?

    Two of the applicable family statutes deal with child support over-payments are sections 154.014 and 154.014 of the Texas Family Law Code. The ability to recover overpaid child support depends on a ...

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