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Divorce process

  • What happens to my retirement in divorce?

    One of the most important decisions in a divorce is the division of marital assets. This blog talks about one of the most significant assets: retirement benefits . Regardless of whether the parties agree on the division of assets and benefits, there are specific laws that must be ... Read Article
  • Military Divorce in Texas: What You Need to Know

    The demands of deployment, relocation, and military life can place considerable strain on marriages, which is why divorce is not uncommon among members of the armed forces. Unlike civilian divorce, however, military divorce introduces unique and often challenging issues that must ... Read Article
  • Divorce and Splitting Assets: What You Need To Know

    One of the more complex aspects of any divorce is the division of assets and liabilities. The procedures involved in dividing property and assets is much more than a simple "this is mine" and "that is yours." In order to ensure an equitable distribution, Texas has certain laws ... Read Article
  • Can I Get My Spouse to Pay my Divorce Attorney Fees?

    Divorce can be expensive. All too often stay-at-home moms, or spouses who have a partner that controls the finances, feel trapped. Have you been asking yourself, "Is it possible to get an award for attorney's fees from my spouse?" The answer to this question isn’t as simple as a ... Read Article
  • Texas Divorce FAQ

    Frequent Texas Divorce questions answered. How much will divorce cost? It’s difficult to predict the cost of a divorce . A lot of factors come into play such as the divorce being a contested divorce or uncontested divorce , complexity of property division, child custody and ... Read Article
  • Call in the Right People to Protect Your Assets in a Divorce

    Dividing debts and assets is a central focus of all divorce cases , and the outcome can have a significant impact on your future. Because property division has ramifications that persist long after a marriage has been legally dissolved, it becomes essential that you tackle this ... Read Article
  • The Difference Between Uncontested Divorces and Contested Divorces in Texas

    In general, a divorce is either uncontested or contested in Texas. While both are complex, the difference between uncontested and contested divorces could mean the difference in whether the spouses can come to an agreement on all aspects of the divorce or if a trial or court room ... Read Article
  • Uncontested Divorces in Texas & a Lawyer’s Role in the Process

    Not all divorcing couples choose to battle or litigate over property division , child custody matters and/or alimony or spousal support . Some spouses can reach terms and agreements collaboratively on their own– choosing the path towards an uncontested divorce. Texas Uncontested ... Read Article
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