New Year’s Resolutions for the Recently Divorced or Separated

For many of us, 2020 was not the best year. If you went through a divorce or separation last year, it probably was even worse. Now it’s 2021, and a great time to make a fresh start. So here are 10 resolutions for people who are recently divorced or separated. And if you are someone […]

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Texas Requirements For Full Child Custody

After a divorce in Texas, the court’s preference is to award parents joint custody of their children. The idea is here that giving children access to both their parents is what’s in their best interest. Indeed, in a perfect world, both parents would be equal partners when raising their child. However, we all know this […]

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8 Reasons a Mother Would Lose Custody of a Child

There’s a widely held belief in Texas that mothers are always awarded legal custody of their children during a divorce. This may have been the case several years ago when state law reflected an older family framework. Now that the mother isn’t the primary caretaker in all families, the law looks at things differently. The […]

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What to Expect at an Initial Consultation with A Divorce Lawyer?

Divorce is messy, exhausting, stress-filled, and sometimes costly. So while someone may want to be divorced, no one really wants to go through a divorce. This post will share recommendations for making the most of your initial consultation with a divorce lawyer. If you are going to legally separate, you want it to be as […]

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Don’t File A Texas Divorce Without An Attorney

Today, thanks to the internet, we have access to an incredible amount of information. With just a few taps on a keyboard, you can learn how to do anything. But ask yourself this: Would reading a few articles and watching a video about divorce without an attorney make you an expert? In Texas, the divorce […]

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