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  • Can you file a motion for new trial in your divorce case after a default judgment was rendered against you?
    Can you file a motion for new trial in your divorce case after a default judgment was rendered against you?

    In the State of Texas, after you have been served formally with a divorce petition as filed by your spouse, you have until 10:00 a.m. on the first Monday that occurs after the expiration of twenty ...

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  • What is a motion for new trial in Texas?
    What is a motion for new trial in Texas?

    If you believe than an error was made by a judge in your child custody or divorce trial you have an opportunity to correct the error(s) by filing a motion for new trial. By filing a motion for new ...

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  • 10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?
    10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?

    Maybe you have recently started to think about divorce. Or, maybe you are in the middle of your divorce , but you have been so busy that you missed some of our blog posts that could help you a ...

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  • What does the end of your family law case mean for you and your family?
    What does the end of your family law case mean for you and your family?

    Well, you’ve finally made it. Whether it’s a divorce or child custody case you have managed to make it through the case in one piece. The case is done. Your judge has signed his or her name on the ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Mediation
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Mediation

    Before a trial and likely before a temporary orders hearing in a divorce , you and your spouse will either be ordered to attend or can choose to attend mediation. Mediation is an opportunity for you ...

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  • A Houston area example of a Bill of Review's impact on a Family Law case
    A Houston area example of a Bill of Review's impact on a Family Law case

    Yesterday’s blog post dealt with the issue of what a Bill of Review is and how it can be used in a family law case in the event that you had a negative judgment against you that was not due to any ...

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