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  • How long can you avoid being served divorce papers?
    How long can you avoid being served divorce papers?

    Let’s assume that you and your spouse have been going some rough past few months in your relationship. If it’s not one thing, it’s another when it comes to problems that you have been experiencing. ...

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  • What Is A Waiver Of Service?
    What Is A Waiver Of Service?

    Filing a lawsuit with the court means the work has just begun. After you have petitioned to the court, the next step is, if not, the most important one. That next step being serving the other party to ...

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  • Service by Publication in a Texas Family Law case
    Service by Publication in a Texas Family Law case

    When you are attempting to file a court case that involves the other parent to your child it is necessary for you to provide notice to that parent. Simply put, you must tell that person what you are ...

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  • How to get a divorce in Texas when you can't locate your spouse
    How to get a divorce in Texas when you can't locate your spouse

    In the event that you are pondering whether or not to file for divorce it is also likely that your marriage is in bad shape. That may be the understatement of the century or about the least profound ...

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  • Alternative methods of service in a Texas divorce case
    Alternative methods of service in a Texas divorce case

    In yesterday’s blog post we details the steps that are involved with providing notice of your divorce lawsuit through a process called service. This is not a complicated topic but it is very important ...

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  • Serving your spouse with a Petition for Divorce
    Serving your spouse with a Petition for Divorce

    A divorce case does not truly begin at the time you interview your attorney for the first time. It does not begin at the time you actually hire the attorney. It still really hasn’t begun when your ...

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