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  • Residency Requirements - Filing For Divorce in Texas

    To be eligible to file for a divorce in Texas, at least one of the spouses involved must be a resident of the state for a continuous six month period of time (Texas Family Code, Sec. 6.301). This is ... Read Article

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  • Residency Requirements - Filing For Divorce in Texas

    To be eligible to file for a divorce in Texas, at least one of the spouses involved must be a resident of the state for a continuous six month period of time (Texas Family Code, Sec. 6.301). This is defined as a domiciliary. One spouse must additionally be a resident of the ... Read Article
  • The Importance of Hiring an Adoption Attorney

    Adopting a child involves complex proceedings. Each state has its own specific laws in place that can vary greatly. Adoption is a process that must be followed in a specific order to ensure everyone involved is protected under the state's laws. With so many different possible ... Read Article
  • Divorce vs. Annulment in Texas

    What is the difference between a divorce and an annulment in Texas? Both are ways to legally end a marriage, but one stays on record whereas the other does not due to specific circumstances. Similar to many areas of law, the laws governing annulment and divorce vary by state. ... Read Article
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