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  • How a judge assesses evidence in divorce that involves domestic abuse
    How a judge assesses evidence in divorce that involves domestic abuse

    One of the more straightforward responsibilities that a judge has is to review the evidence submitted, decide what will be included in the official record and then render a decision based on the ...

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  • The Dirty Divorce Trick of Forget What the Papers Say, I’ll Do This or That
    The Dirty Divorce Trick of Forget What the Papers Say, I’ll Do This or That

    There are various manifestations of this dirty trick that I have seen where a spouse has asked the other spouse to ignore the language of the divorce decree and sign the papers. In today’s blog, we ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of Stripping the House During a Texas Divorce
    The Dirty Trick of Stripping the House During a Texas Divorce

    This blog is a continuation of a previous blog regarding damaging, destroying, or selling marital assets. Some spouses move everything out of the house before they file for divorce . Alternatively, if ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer
    The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer

    One of the most frequently asked questions that I hear is, “Can my spouse and I use the same attorney for our uncontested divorce ?” The answer is no. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of the Common Law Marriage
    The Dirty Trick of the Common Law Marriage

    In Texas, many people are aware that Texas recognizes common-law marriage. However, not everyone I meet with is aware of what it takes to meet the Texas statutory requirements of being common law ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce
    Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce

    Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". This doesn't mean that there is going to be a full-on assault to you, ...

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