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Blog Posts in January, 2017

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  • Can I get a Jury Trial for My Texas Divorce?
    Can I get a Jury Trial for My Texas Divorce?

    Can I get a jury trial for my Texas divorce ?” That question comes up frequently and it’s especially common when one party does not trust the assigned judge. One party might feel that a jury would be ...

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  • Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation
    Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation

    This is where it all begins…the start of a new chapter in your new life. Very few people dream or plan for a divorce as they walk down the aisle to get married. Yet at one time the U.S. Department of ...

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  • Divorcing from an Abusive Spouse in Texas: What you Need to Know
    Divorcing from an Abusive Spouse in Texas: What you Need to Know

    I have recently had several consults with woman who have been the victims of domestic violence . In one consult, she confessed her husband had tried to kill her. In another she and her children had ...

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  • When Should You Go to Divorce Court in Texas?
    When Should You Go to Divorce Court in Texas?

    Most of the clients I represent would prefer to settle their cases outside of court. However, sometimes my clients or their spouses are insistent on going to court and having a judge hear and decide ...

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  • Dos and Don'ts Regarding Electronic Communications in a Texas Divorce
    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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  • Grandparents' Rights in Texas
    Grandparents' Rights in Texas

    Unfortunately, difficulties often arise when raising children. Whether the circumstances were avoidable or unforeseeable from the perspective of the parents, sometimes other family members feel the ...

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