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  • Defining the word
    Defining the word "property" in a Texas divorce

    Before we jump further into discussing how property is divided in a Texas divorce and all the issues that come along with it, let’s take a second to slow things down and actually define what property ...

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  • What to believe (and not believe) about family law cases in Texas
    What to believe (and not believe) about family law cases in Texas

    Yesterday we posted a blog that introduced the topic of some commonly held beliefs about Texas family law cases that may not be exactly true. Today we will continue with this subject and hopefully ...

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  • Community Property Essentials for Texas divorces
    Community Property Essentials for Texas divorces

    The law in Texas provides that a married couple can agree in writing that either of your separate property can be characterized as community property . This is not the same thing as being co-tenants ...

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  • Community Property and Credit in Texas Divorces
    Community Property and Credit in Texas Divorces

    If either you or your spouse make a purchase on credit during your marriage in Texas, there is a presumption that the credit utilized is community in nature. This would make sense as all property that ...

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  • Should a Divorced Parent Sign a Waiver (Release) and Indemnity Agreement to Allow a Child to Participate in Recreational Activities?
    Should a Divorced Parent Sign a Waiver (Release) and Indemnity Agreement to Allow a Child to Participate in Recreational Activities?

    It’s our delight to introduce a guest blogger Paul H. Cannon who is a trial attorney and shareholder at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. He has been practicing personal injury and product liability law ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Temporary Orders and the Final Orders stage of a divorce
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Temporary Orders and the Final Orders stage of a divorce

    I like to think of divorce cases as having two stages. You could argue that there are far more, but for the purposes of this blog post, I will stick with my general theory that there are two. The ...

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