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  • Finishing off your Texas divorce the right way
    Finishing off your Texas divorce the right way

    So you have finally made it to the end of your divorce . It has taken a great deal of effort and time. You’ve had to miss some time from work and have had to pay an attorney some money to help guide ...

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  • Texas Coronavirus & Child Custody Plans: Answers To Your Urgent Questions
    Texas Coronavirus & Child Custody Plans: Answers To Your Urgent Questions

    As a parent, you are concerned about coronavirus and want to do everything possible to safeguard your kids — and yourself — from this fast-spreading health risk. But as a divorced co-parent, you also ...

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  • Own a home and going through a Texas divorce? Learn your options in this blog post
    Own a home and going through a Texas divorce? Learn your options in this blog post

    Your largest investment. Your largest asset. Where your children grew up. Where memories have been made. The site of marital problems. Where you and your children sleep at night. Your family house is ...

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  • Can you turn an unhappy marriage into a happy marriage? Perspective from a Texas family attorney
    Can you turn an unhappy marriage into a happy marriage? Perspective from a Texas family attorney

    The issues that you are facing in your divorce are likely ones that you have been trying to avoid dealing with. Most people, I believe, would prefer to focus on the areas of their life where they are ...

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  • What Happens If Someone Refuses to Be Served?
    What Happens If Someone Refuses to Be Served?

    Service of process is important because it puts a party on notice that a lawsuit is being brought against them. It is also critical to establish subject matter jurisdiction over the type of case and ...

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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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