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  • 3 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting During COVID-19
    3 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting During COVID-19

    If you have ever gone through or are going through a divorce in Texas than you almost assuredly have heard the term “ co-parenting .” This is one of those words that you wouldn't hear anything about ...

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  • Recovering from divorce in Texas during COVID-19?
    Recovering from divorce in Texas during COVID-19?

    Since the beginning of the COVID -19 pandemic, our lies have seen changes that we would have never thought possible in prior years. Even if you don't know anyone who has contracted the virus or lost a ...

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  • Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case
    Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case

    Are you going through a difficult circumstance with your family right now? Does it look like you are going to get a divorce or will need to go back to court for a child custody related matter? If so, ...

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  • Moving on from a relationship can assist in co-parenting
    Moving on from a relationship can assist in co-parenting

    Sometimes what it takes to succeed at something is not to give more effort, but to give less. Allow me to explain. When we think about achieving a goal one of the first things that pops into our head ...

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  • Important post-divorce issues related to health insurance for Texas residents
    Important post-divorce issues related to health insurance for Texas residents

    When you and your spouse got divorced you likely set forth in your final decree of divorce the requirement that you and he split 50/50 any uninsured costs related to medical expenses. That sounds all ...

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  • Finances for the new, post-divorce you
    Finances for the new, post-divorce you

    Have you recently been divorced? Think back to your mindset at the beginning of your case. Were you worried about the future? Were you worried about how your children would react to all the changes? ...

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