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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Marital Property and the community presumption
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Marital Property and the community presumption

    If you read anything about divorce in Texas then you have probably come across at least one article online that has told you that Texas is a community property state. What does this mean and how ...

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  • Common Law Marriage in Texas
    Common Law Marriage in Texas

    For the majority of married persons in Texas, our married lives began with a ceremony of some sort where vows were exchanged and a pronouncement was made that you and your spouse are now married. It’s ...

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  • Handling a home mortgage after your Texas Divorce
    Handling a home mortgage after your Texas Divorce

    One of the issues that is often times the most concerning to people going through a divorce is the family home. After all, not only is it the place where more memories and important events occurred ...

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  • Debts, Credit Cards and Divorce in Texas
    Debts, Credit Cards and Divorce in Texas

    In our world, today debt has more or less become a way of life for many families. When we consider even a few generations ago how people dealt with and approached debt I think that we would find that ...

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  • Your home in a Texas Divorce: How to decide whether to sell or stay
    Your home in a Texas Divorce: How to decide whether to sell or stay

    Many people will tell you that a divorce , when it comes right down to it, is a transaction. It is attempting to gain as much for yourself and limit your exposure in terms of ceding your assets to ...

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  • What is a summary judgment and how could one affect your Texas family law case?
    What is a summary judgment and how could one affect your Texas family law case?

    A summary judgment allows for a court to dispose of a case where either the Petitioner (the party who filed the lawsuit) either does not have sufficient evidence to win the relief he or she is ...

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