The process of filing for divorce in the State of Texas will vary slightly depending on the particulars of your situation. Overall, however, the process will definitely involve a substantial amount of paperwork and procedural hurdles that need to be overcome to successfully complete the process[...]Read More Filing for Divorce in Texas
Business owners have a unique set of circumstances when entering into a divorce. First and foremost, as a business owner, you will want to protect your business and your business interests in order to see it grow and survive well after your divorce[...]Read More Business Owners and Divorce
There are so many things to deal with during the divorce process. As you essentially work to restructure your life and reach a divorce agreement which divides your assets, please consider the long term effects of such an agreement [...]Read More Tax Implications of Divorce
In this digital day and age, it seems like the internet has all of the answers. You can read volumes on divorce law. Divorce forms and documents are all online. You are probably wondering if you need to hire a divorce attorney at all[...]Read More about Why Hire a Divorce Attorney?
There are mandatory wait times in Texas to have a divorce finalized. This means that even an amicable divorce where you and your spouse agree on everything will still take a certain amount of time[...]Read More about Divorce Frequently Asked Questions
Being married to an addict is never easy. It might have affected your marriage in a number of critical ways. In Texas, getting a divorce from an addict can have several legal implications [...]Read More about Legal Implications of Divorcing an Addict
Is property split 50-50 in a Texas divorce? Texas, like most states, treats property and assets obtained during a marriage as shared property, and it gives both spouses an equal right to it. But some[...]Read More about Is property split 50-50 in a Texas divorce?
Avoid These Common Divorce Mistakes Divorce is not uncommon. Neither are some of the mistakes made in the divorce process. Save yourself some unnecessary hardship and avoid these common divorce mistakes. Doing so can lead[...]Read More about Avoid These Common Divorce Mistakes
January is Known as “Divorce Month” January is a popular month for couples to file for divorce. Why? Perhaps it stems from the period of self-reflection that accompanies the start of a New Year. Perhaps[...]Read More about January is Known as “Divorce Month”
Divorce Checklist Life is busy. And complicated. Sometimes it doesn’t take much to throw us off course. When it comes to divorce, staying organized and on track is key — the divorce process itself can[...]Read More about Divorce Checklist
Holidays and Parenting Time While the holiday season can be stressful for many, for parents who are divorced and sharing joint custody of their children, navigating time sharing around the holidays can be particularly challenging.[...]Read More about Holidays and Co-Parenting