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  • What about your kids? What you need to protect as your children deal with divorce
    What about your kids? What you need to protect as your children deal with divorce

    It is natural to be concerned with the well-being of your children as you begin a divorce case. In many ways, you may even be telling yourself that you are divorcing your spouse to provide some ...

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  • How Can I Avoid Divorce?
    How Can I Avoid Divorce?

    Often a lot of people jump to the decision that they should divorce without considering other options that may be available to help save a marriage. The most important thing to decide before jumping ...

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  • What Happens to a House During a Divorce?
    What Happens to a House During a Divorce?

    During a divorce the most frequently asked question is what is going to happen to the house? To begin it’s important to know the difference between community and separate property. Separate property ...

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  • Can a Divorce be Denied?
    Can a Divorce be Denied?

    In states that require one party to be “at-fault” for the divorce, you must prove some grounds for divorce such as adultery or abandonment. However, Texas is a “no-fault” state meaning that either ...

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  • The 60-Day Divorce in Texas
    The 60-Day Divorce in Texas

    During consults, I am frequently asked by potential clients how to get divorced quickly and cheaply. These are understandable questions. To my knowledge, divorce is not frequently associated with ...

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  • What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?
    What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?

    One of the most frequently asked questions of me in relation to people’s family law cases is what their child’s school needs to do in relation to their newly produced family court orders . Many of ...

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