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  • What does it mean to go to trial in a Texas family law case?
    What does it mean to go to trial in a Texas family law case?

    In a perfect world, your family law case will have settled long before you reach the trial stage of your case. It is probable that you will have attended at least one session of mediation prior to ...

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  • Will your child need to have an independent attorney appointed to represent her?
    Will your child need to have an independent attorney appointed to represent her?

    It may come as a surprise to you, but in the context of a legal case, your interests and those of your child may not be completely aligned. This is probably surprising to you because since your child ...

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  • How long can spousal maintenance be ordered in a Texas divorce?
    How long can spousal maintenance be ordered in a Texas divorce?

    If you have been away from our blog for a little while then you probably missed the first few installments of our blog posts that cover the subject of spousal maintenance . Specifically, we have ...

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  • When is it necessary to litigate a divorce case?
    When is it necessary to litigate a divorce case?

    It may surprise you to learn that most divorce cases in Texas are not ultimately decided by a judge. The majority of Texas divorces are decided in mediation or in informal settlement negotiations. ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Child Custody Essential Knowledge
    Texas Family Law Courts: Child Custody Essential Knowledge

    Today’s blog post will be a continuation of yesterday’s where we discussed some basic information about divorce , custody and conservatorship in Texas. While we cannot hit on every subject that may be ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Dividing Property in a Divorce
    Texas Family Law Courts: Dividing Property in a Divorce

    Texas is, as any family law attorney will tell you, a community property state. This means that there is a legal presumption in our State that if all property that is acquired by you and your spouse ...

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