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Blog Posts in October, 2017

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  • The Texas Standard Possession Order
    The Texas Standard Possession Order

    If you are about to undertake a Divorce or Child Custody and have a child then you should be familiar with a Standard Possession Order and what it entails. Our State Legislature created the Standard ...

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  • What are the key components to a Texas Divorce?
    What are the key components to a Texas Divorce?

    Have you ever heard the phrase, “A journey of a thousand miles beings with a single step”? The meaning behind this saying is that perspective is important when evaluating any situation that you may ...

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  • Dividing up your property in a divorce is about more than money
    Dividing up your property in a divorce is about more than money

    If you are an adult and if you have friends, a family or co-worker then you have heard other people talk to you about their divorce . When people tell stories about themselves the person will rarely ...

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  • Interim Attorney's Fees in a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
    Interim Attorney's Fees in a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)

    I get questions pretty frequently from clients and potential clients about getting the other party to pay for their attorney’s fees. There are different standards on awarding interim attorney fees ...

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  • Tips on giving in-court testimony in your divorce or child custody case, Part Three
    Tips on giving in-court testimony in your divorce or child custody case, Part Three

    The past two days have seen blogs posted on this website which detail tips and preview your being asked to give testimony in a hearing or trial during your family law case. While I cannot possibly ...

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  • Tips on giving in-court testimony in your divorce or child custody case, Part Two
    Tips on giving in-court testimony in your divorce or child custody case, Part Two

    Yesterday’s blog post centered around the subject of in court testimony in your family law case. I wanted to introduce the subject, discuss some basic advice and then transition into the remaining ...

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