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  • How to navigate an uncontested divorce in Texas
    How to navigate an uncontested divorce in Texas

    A lot of people have ideas about divorce that are not necessarily true. For instance, did you know that most divorces in Texas never see the inside of a courtroom? Most divorces are settled prior to a ...

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  • Handling changing work schedules while negotiating a possession order in Texas
    Handling changing work schedules while negotiating a possession order in Texas

    How many of you are contract employees? You work a job for a period of time and then move on to the next one when your current contract runs out? Sometimes you go weeks or even months in between ...

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  • How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One
    How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One

    A divorce case is enough to cause any person to feel a great deal of anxiety. You are considering whether or not to make a decision that will have a profound impact on your children, yourself and your ...

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  • The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement
    The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement

    In my years of practicing family law , I have found that so much of the practice involves helping clients understand what reality is versus their perception of reality. For example, if you are like ...

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  • Can I Revoke or Set Aside a Mediated Settlement Agreement in a Texas Divorce?
    Can I Revoke or Set Aside a Mediated Settlement Agreement in a Texas Divorce?

    A while back, a fellow attorney asked me some questions about whether a Mediated Settlement Agreement (MSA) could be revoked or set aside in a Texas Divorce. I have also debated this question before ...

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  • Military families and divorce in Texas
    Military families and divorce in Texas

    Families in today’s world are not the nuclear family of generations past. Unmarried couples cohabitate with as much frequency as married couples and children born to unwed parents are commonplace as a ...

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