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  • Getting a divorce when you have children but no legal representation in Texas
    Getting a divorce when you have children but no legal representation in Texas

    In the event that you and your spouse are getting a divorce and you are not represented by an attorney then today’s blog post should be helpful to you. In most divorce decrees a parenting plan will be ...

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  • Finalizing and completing your divorce as a pro se party in Texas
    Finalizing and completing your divorce as a pro se party in Texas

    Making the decision to move forward with a divorce in Texas without representation by an attorney can be a risky and difficult decision to come to. You are attempting to accomplish something that is ...

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  • Where do you go and what do you do in order to file a petition for divorce in Texas?
    Where do you go and what do you do in order to file a petition for divorce in Texas?

    Filing for divorce is a concept that anyone who has been around the world of family law is aware of. Even someone like you who is not an attorney and probably has little to no experience in the law ...

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  • Preparing legal documents in a Texas divorce: A guide for those representing themselves
    Preparing legal documents in a Texas divorce: A guide for those representing themselves

    Going into a divorce case without an attorney is typically not a good idea. There are risks associated with the divorce process that are important to be aware of. Even having an attorney cannot ...

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  • Representing yourself in a Texas divorce: What to do and why you may not want to
    Representing yourself in a Texas divorce: What to do and why you may not want to

    If you are moving towards a divorce with your spouse there may be two situations that impact your family that have led you towards the belief that you are capable of representing yourself in the ...

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  • Too Poor to Divorce in Texas?
    Too Poor to Divorce in Texas?

    I have had more than one person ask me, “how do you get a divorce when you don’t have any money?” This is a very understandable question. Breaking up is not only emotionally painful; it can be ...

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