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  • What you need to know regarding marital property in Texas prior to your divorce
    What you need to know regarding marital property in Texas prior to your divorce

    Knowing the ins and outs of how the property that you own- both individually and collectively with your spouse- will be divided in your divorce is incredibly important. The rules associated with ...

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  • Have child support questions? Don't fall for these popular myths
    Have child support questions? Don't fall for these popular myths

    Yesterday we began to discuss the much debated topic of child support . If you have been through a divorce or a child custody case then you are likely aware of this. However, if you are just beginning ...

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  • Common misunderstandings about child support laws in Texas
    Common misunderstandings about child support laws in Texas

    I think that of all the issues regarding family law in Texas, the one that I get the most upset, flustered and exasperated questions about is child support . Whether you are the parent who stands to ...

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  • Ask yourself: Is including a right of first refusal in your parenting plan the right thing to do?
    Ask yourself: Is including a right of first refusal in your parenting plan the right thing to do?

    In yesterday’s blog post we introduced the topic of the right of first refusal as it pertains to parenting plans in family law cases. Basically, the right of first refusal involves the need for either ...

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  • What is a right of first refusal in a Texas parenting plan?
    What is a right of first refusal in a Texas parenting plan?

    If you are involved in a divorce or a child custody case then your primary concern likely lies in the area of your who will be taking care of your children when you are not with them. That, from my ...

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  • The relationship between your attorney and your spouse's attorney and its potential impact on your Texas divorce
    The relationship between your attorney and your spouse's attorney and its potential impact on your Texas divorce

    People, like yourself, who are going through a divorce have a lot of questions typically. What is going to happen to your relationship with your children? Are you going to have to pay spousal ...

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