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Blog Posts in January, 2020

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  • How Do I Protect Myself Before Divorce?
    How Do I Protect Myself Before Divorce?

    Long before the divorce process begins, you may already have thoughts in your head about it, especially because one party will be at fault for the divorce. There are some important ways you may want ...

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  • Temporary Orders can impact your divorce in ways that are more than just temporary
    Temporary Orders can impact your divorce in ways that are more than just temporary

    The middle portion of your divorce will be a time that you can spend with your spouse in negotiation for both temporary and final orders. Many people have a misconception about what divorce actually ...

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  • What’s The Difference Between a Divorce And an Annulment?
    What’s The Difference Between a Divorce And an Annulment?

    Understanding the difference between a divorce and an annulment is important if you are considering separating from your spouse. To divorce legally your marriage must be valid. A divorce will handle ...

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  • Advantages to filing for divorce based on a specific cause in Texas
    Advantages to filing for divorce based on a specific cause in Texas

    The law in Texas is that you can get divorced for any reason- or for no reason at all. As a family law attorney, I run into clients all the time who have filed for divorce from their spouse for ...

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  • Do Both Parties Have to Pay For a Divorce?
    Do Both Parties Have to Pay For a Divorce?

    Many people are concerned with how much they will be spending to get a divorce but are not quick to consider just how much work will go into a divorce. Divorces can be very expensive, but they are ...

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  • The 60-Day Divorce in Texas
    The 60-Day Divorce in Texas

    During consults, I am frequently asked by potential clients how to get divorced quickly and cheaply. These are understandable questions. To my knowledge, divorce is not frequently associated with ...

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