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  • How does divorce work in Texas?
    How does divorce work in Texas?

    What if you want to get a divorce in the State of Texas but have no idea where to begin? Where can you go to get your questions answered? Do you have to read a bunch of books with statutes and ...

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  • What Happens to a House During a Divorce?
    What Happens to a House During a Divorce?

    During a divorce the most frequently asked question is what is going to happen to the house? To begin it’s important to know the difference between community and separate property. Separate property ...

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  • How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One
    How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One

    A divorce case is enough to cause any person to feel a great deal of anxiety. You are considering whether or not to make a decision that will have a profound impact on your children, yourself and your ...

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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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  • Retirement Benefits and Divorce, Concluding Thoughts
    Retirement Benefits and Divorce, Concluding Thoughts

    As long as we’re talking about one unpleasant subject, namely divorce , we may as well talk about another, namely death. A good question to ask yourself is what happens to your share of the retirement ...

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  • Proceeding into Divorce aware of risks regarding retirement division, Part Two
    Proceeding into Divorce aware of risks regarding retirement division, Part Two

    Learn about social security benefits and their effect on your divorce Attorneys are great at courtroom advocacy and knowing the ins and outs of the law. That much should be a baseline for what your ...

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