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  • Preparation can help you get through a military divorce
    Preparation can help you get through a military divorce

    Failing to prepare means that you are preparing to fail. We have all heard this phrase used time and time again to describe how important preparation is when you begin any process. The better prepared ...

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  • How Long Will My Divorce Take?
    How Long Will My Divorce Take?

    Most people are already stressed out about the thought of having to go through a divorce. Hiring attorneys, learning to live life without a spouse, and making sure the children are alright. Due to ...

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  • Planning a divorce means making your list (and checking it twice)
    Planning a divorce means making your list (and checking it twice)

    Those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail. That is what I tell people that are, like you, considering a divorce from their spouse. Whatever your specific circumstances are, no matter how unique ...

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  • Adultery: What Counts as Infidelity?
    Adultery: What Counts as Infidelity?

    If you are considering filing for divorce on the grounds of infidelity, it is important to know what effects and burdens that can have on your Texas divorce case. Texas is considered a “no-fault” ...

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  • What do you want to get out of settlement negotiations in your Texas divorce?
    What do you want to get out of settlement negotiations in your Texas divorce?

    What kind of shopper are you? Do you go to the store with a list of items you need to purchase? With the list out, the moment you walk into the store you go right up to the items that you need and ...

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  • Advantages to filing for divorce based on a specific cause in Texas
    Advantages to filing for divorce based on a specific cause in Texas

    The law in Texas is that you can get divorced for any reason- or for no reason at all. As a family law attorney, I run into clients all the time who have filed for divorce from their spouse for ...

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