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  • Avoid mistakes in your Texas divorce by following these pieces of advice
    Avoid mistakes in your Texas divorce by following these pieces of advice

    It is tempting to tell bold action in order to change the course of events. I think we can all say that at one point in our lives or another we have done something that we wish we would not have. ...

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  • Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce
    Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce

    One of the most difficult parts of being a family law attorney is not always having the exact right advice to give to your client at any particular moment. We can know the law, know the possible ...

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  • What does a mediation mean to your Texas divorce case?
    What does a mediation mean to your Texas divorce case?

    If you think that you are going to be stuck with a cranky judge issuing a ruling in your divorce it’s time to think again. The vast majority of Texas divorces end not in the courtroom but in a ...

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  • Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce
    Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce

    When we use the term “ joint custody ” what do we mean, exactly? Custody as a word does not appear in the Texas Family Code even once. It is a term that we use to combine all aspects of parenting ...

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  • Sober up or risk losing your children: Substance abuse and divorce in Texas
    Sober up or risk losing your children: Substance abuse and divorce in Texas

    Money fights. Infidelity. These are two of the more common reasons why people get divorced in our country. There are violations of trust inherent in each of these reasons for divorce that once they ...

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  • Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas
    Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

    If you are looking for a low conflict way of getting divorced, negotiating child custody, or sorting out other family law matters, Alternative Dispute Resolution ( ADR ) could be for you. ADR refers ...

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