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  • Widely held beliefs about divorce in Texas: Which are actually true?
    Widely held beliefs about divorce in Texas: Which are actually true?

    One of the parts that I find to be rewarding of being a family law attorney is having the opportunity to meet with people just like you in our free of charge consultations. In one of these ...

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  • The Dirty Divorce Trick of The Trial Separation
    The Dirty Divorce Trick of The Trial Separation

    Although this trick got its own blog in many ways, it is a continuation of a previous blog regarding “ Getting Your Spouse to Leave the Marital Home .” I have seen many spouses use the hope of ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Filing for Divorce
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Filing for Divorce

    I’m sure if you wanted, you could go online and search through 1,000 proverbs about beginning a process and you’ll find a few that mention that perhaps the most difficult step in that process is the ...

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  • Filing for Divorce in Texas
    Filing for Divorce in Texas

    If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions: How do I file for divorce? Should I file first, or wait for my spouse to serve papers? Do I need my spouse’s ...

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  • Grounds for Divorce in Texas
    Grounds for Divorce in Texas

    When you file divorce paperwork in Texas, the key document that you will complete is called the “Original Petition for Divorce.” In it, you will list biographical information about your family and ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Notifying your Spouse regarding a Divorce case
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Notifying your Spouse regarding a Divorce case

    Depending on the dynamics of your family, you may consult with a family law attorney and decide to file for divorce without first having discussed the subject with your spouse. Alternatives would be ...

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