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  • The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer
    The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer

    One of the most frequently asked questions that I hear is, “Can my spouse and I use the same attorney for our uncontested divorce ?” The answer is no. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Service of Process
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Service of Process

    It is required under the Texas Family Code that a spouse be notified when a family law case has been opened. This means they must be informed that you the Petitioner have asked the Court to do ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce
    Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce

    Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". This doesn't mean that there is going to be a full-on assault to you, ...

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  • Getting Uncontested Texas Divorce
    Getting Uncontested Texas Divorce

    An uncontested divorce in Texas is a no-fault divorce and allows a lower conflict way of getting divorced for you and your spouse. Is an uncontested divorce right for you? If you are one of the ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Filing for Divorce
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Filing for Divorce

    I’m sure if you wanted, you could go online and search through 1,000 proverbs about beginning a process and you’ll find a few that mention that perhaps the most difficult step in that process is the ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Temporary Orders and the Final Orders stage of a divorce
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Temporary Orders and the Final Orders stage of a divorce

    I like to think of divorce cases as having two stages. You could argue that there are far more, but for the purposes of this blog post, I will stick with my general theory that there are two. The ...

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