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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Divorce Process
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Divorce Process

    If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions about the divorce process such as How do I file for divorce? Read on as we answer some of the of our most ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions How Long Does It Take and Other Court Dates?
    Frequently Asked Questions How Long Does It Take and Other Court Dates?

    What Do I Do If I Am Served with Divorce Paperwork? Be aware of the due date for your response. Once you are served with the lawsuit (the divorce papers ) you have very little time to respond. Under ...

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  • How Much Will My Texas Child Custody Case Cost?
    How Much Will My Texas Child Custody Case Cost?

    One of the most popular questions asked in my consults is “how much is my child custody case going to cost me?” It is a reasonable question. However, there is no easy answer. As with other ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Mediation
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Mediation

    Before a trial and likely before a temporary orders hearing in a divorce , you and your spouse will either be ordered to attend or can choose to attend mediation. Mediation is an opportunity for you ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: The final stages of a CPS case
    Family Law Cases in Texas: The final stages of a CPS case

    Status Hearing A Status Hearing is one of the most important steps of a CPS case . It is held after a service plan has been prepared by CPS. Within two months of your child being placed into the ...

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  • Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law: An Overview
    Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law: An Overview

    If you have ever been involved in family law case in Texas it is likely that you either settled your case or ended your case in a trial before a judge. The result of either of those situations is that ...

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