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  • Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce
    Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce

    One of the most difficult parts of being a family law attorney is not always having the exact right advice to give to your client at any particular moment. We can know the law, know the possible ...

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  • Sharing an attorney in a Texas divorce- Is it possible?
    Sharing an attorney in a Texas divorce- Is it possible?

    In some instances, spouses will come into our law office to discuss the possibility of our office representing both of them in an upcoming divorce . They have already hatched a plan to settle all of ...

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  • Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce
    Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce

    When we use the term “ joint custody ” what do we mean, exactly? Custody as a word does not appear in the Texas Family Code even once. It is a term that we use to combine all aspects of parenting ...

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  • When is it necessary to litigate a divorce case?
    When is it necessary to litigate a divorce case?

    It may surprise you to learn that most divorce cases in Texas are not ultimately decided by a judge. The majority of Texas divorces are decided in mediation or in informal settlement negotiations. ...

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  • Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas
    Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

    If you are looking for a low conflict way of getting divorced, negotiating child custody, or sorting out other family law matters, Alternative Dispute Resolution ( ADR ) could be for you. ADR refers ...

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  • Understanding Mediation and its benefits in your Texas divorce
    Understanding Mediation and its benefits in your Texas divorce

    The popular conception of divorce that most people hold prior to actually starting one is that the case will likely end up with both you and your spouse standing before a judge. You each will have ...

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