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  • Expenses of a Texas Divorce: How they are calculated and the role of attorney's fees
    Expenses of a Texas Divorce: How they are calculated and the role of attorney's fees

    Not only is divorce a fairly expensive process but it takes away resources from that already expensive and time-consuming commitment that we all share called our day to day lives. If you are ...

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  • The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas
    The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas

    It is not just your retirement savings or business interests that can be affected financially in a divorce . What you will learn quickly in a divorce is that the areas of your life are interconnected ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Spousal Maintenance and Children's Issues
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Spousal Maintenance and Children's Issues

    Money. Other than your children, money is the most important aspect of a divorce . I hate to break it down for you like that, but in my experience, it is the truth. You may disagree. You may want to ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Defenses to Child Support Enforcement Suits
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Defenses to Child Support Enforcement Suits

    If you find yourself in a position where you have been unable to pay the child support you have been ordered to pay there are defenses that you can offer in an enforcement hearing. The fact of the ...

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  • Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce? Frequently Asked Questions about Hiring a Lawyer
    Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce? Frequently Asked Questions about Hiring a Lawyer

    Many people believe that a divorce in Texas should be easy, that it is just a status change ending the marriage and that it does not directly impact other issues. However, that is not the case. A ...

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  • Abandonment as grounds for divorce in Texas
    Abandonment as grounds for divorce in Texas

    The majority of divorces that occur in Texas each year are what is known as “ No Fault ” Divorces . This means that the parties simply could no longer get along in the marriage and say no chance at ...

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