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  • What you don’t know about your spouse’s finances can hurt you in a Texas divorce
    What you don’t know about your spouse’s finances can hurt you in a Texas divorce

    If you and your spouse are either moving in the direction of a divorce or are already going through a divorce, I want to ask you a question: what do you know about your spouse’s financial situation. ...

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  • Discovery and Deposition: Two important components to Texas family law cases
    Discovery and Deposition: Two important components to Texas family law cases

    Generally speaking, discovery is the process by which you and your opposing party to a legal case can obtain information from the other party in preparation for a trial. In many divorce or child ...

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  • Hit the ground running in your Texas divorce by preparing with your attorney
    Hit the ground running in your Texas divorce by preparing with your attorney

    It’s no secret that a divorce case is probably the least fun you will have perhaps in your entire life. I don’t mean to be dramatic and I don’t mean to tell you this to dissuade you from getting a ...

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  • Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce
    Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce

    In yesterday’s blog post we discussed some basic information related to discovery requests in Texas divorce cases . When your spouse is asking you for information: responses to questions, documents, ...

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  • What is discovery and how might it affect my Texas divorce?
    What is discovery and how might it affect my Texas divorce?

    There are legal terms that are used in relation to a divorce that we just don’t hear talked about much in day to day life. Discovery is one of those terms. Sure, we know what discovery is and most of ...

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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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