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10 Most Popular Texas Divorce Blogs of 2017?

Maybe you have recently started to think about divorce. Or, maybe you are in the middle of your divorce, but you have been so busy that you missed some of our blog posts that could help you a lot!

Or maybe you are a divorce professional reading our blog post for ideas. No matter who you are, if you are looking for my most popular blog posts for 2017, you’re in the right place!

I’ve combed through the archives and rounded up the 10 most popular divorce blog posts for 2017, and put them all right here, at your fingertips. I will also post a link at the end to some other popular articles as well as a link to the 10 most popular divorce blog posts for 2016.

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  1. Married but dating another person during a Texas Divorce?

Married but dating another person during a Texas Divorceis an article addresses how in Texas adultery is a ground for divorce in Texas. Texas laws take adultery into account when it comes to the dissolution of the marriage and can call for punitive damages for unfaithful behavior. Learn in this blog whether Adultery is also a crime in Texas and whether other states treat it as a crime.

  1. Is Adultery a Crime in Texas?

Is Adultery a Crime in Texas? - After seeking information on how to divorce their spouse it's not uncommon for the potential client to question whether or not it's possible to sue their spouse's paramour. Learn more about what remedies are available during a Texas Divorce to the innocent spouse.

  1. The Dirty Trick of Engaging in Spousal Starving During a Texas Divorce

The Dirty Trick of Engaging in Spousal Starving During a Texas Divorce- I often caution my divorce consults of preparing for a frequently employed dirty trick used by vindictive and controlling spouses "spousal starving." This can include:

  1. emptying the joint bank account 2) removing the other spouse from a joint credit card, 3) refusing to pay bills or buy groceries, and more. Learn more in our latest blog about what you can do if your Ex is Engaging in Spousal Starving
  1. The Dirty Trick of Using Delaying Tactics During Your Texas Divorce

The Dirty Trick of Using Delaying Tactics During Your Texas Divorce - This article addresses some reasons a spouse may want to delay the divorce. Some methods used to delay the divorce process. In this blog article, we will discuss the dirty trick of delaying the divorce, reasons why it is sometimes used, and methods of combating this dirty divorce trick.

  1. Common Law Marriage in Texas

Common Law Marriage in Texas - The State of Texas is among those States that does recognize common law marriages. Maybe you've been served with divorce papers when you didn't even think you were married in the first place. Where can you go from here? Learn more in this blog post.

  1. The Dirty Trick of Moving Out of State with the Kids

The Dirty Trick of Moving Out of State with the Kids- This article addresses the impact of parents moving out of state with their children and it effects a Texas divorce proceeding. Is it Illegal for a Parent to Move out of State without the Permission of the Other Parent? Can I Keep the Other Parent from leaving the State with my Children if there is an Order? What State Has the Right to Make Custody Orders?

  1. 6 things You Need to Know Before You File for Divorce in Texas

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. You should 1) Make sure your marriage is over 2) Get Legal Advice from a Texas Divorce Lawyer 3) Talk to an Attorney Before You Move out of the Marital Home 4) If You Have had an Affair, Talk to a Lawyer Before You talk to your Spouse or Anyone Else... Learn more in this blog post.

  1. How Can I Get My Spouse to Pay My Attorney's Fees in a Texas Divorce?

How Can I Get My Spouse to Pay My Attorney's Fees in a Texas Divorce? - A major concern for just about every potential party to a Texas divorce case is the cost of hiring a Texas divorce lawyer. Attorney's fees are a major cost to consider when contemplating a divorce, on top of the other stresses that accompany a life change of that magnitude. One question that potential and current clients ask our office about the possibility of having their spouse?

  1. The Dirty Trick of Quitting Your Job to Avoid Child Support During a Texas Divorce

The Dirty Trick of Quitting Your Job to Avoid Child Support During a Texas Divorce - In this blog article we discuss a strategy that is sometimes employed. Quitting a job or changing your job to reduce child support obligations. This can be an effective dirty trick during a Texas divorce or child support case. A trick a Texas divorce lawyer can help you avoid.

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

Divorcing from an Abusive Spouse in Texas: What you Need to Know - Family violence, also called intimate partner violence or domestic violence, can be defined as a pattern of behavior that is: 1) coercive 2) controlling and 3) used to gain or maintain power over another. Special laws in Texas are designed to provide quick and effective relief from domestic violence. The most important thing a victim of this kind of abuse can do, is find the courage to take action.

Bonus Popular Blog Article - What to Do When CPS Asks for a Drug Test in Texas

This top 10 list is just a small part of the divorce blogs from our site. I am also including the below article regarding CPS drug testing as a bonus. Although it was published in 2016 it was published on December 18, 2016 so most of the readers have been from 2017 and would have made the above list. As of today’s, date it has been viewed 26,415.

What to Do When CPS Asks for a Drug Test in Texas - This article address common questions such as: What is CPS? Who Called CPS? Can CPS take my child? What happens after CPS removal? What You Should Know if CPS Targets You? How long can my CPS case stay open? Learn more in our latest blog post.

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