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  • 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 is a No-Fault Divorce State – For Now Anyway

    Texas Lawmaker Strives to Put Fault Back in Texas Divorce Proceedings. Since the 1970s, Texas couples have been able to divorce without pointing the finger of blame at one another. Currently, Texas is a “no-fault” divorce state . No-fault divorce is a divorce in which the ... Read Article
  • Can a Child Choose Which Parent To Live With In Texas?

    Yes and no. On the one hand, §153.008 of The Texas Family Code allows children to voice their preferences regarding child custody. However, this preference is simply evidence; a judge can still choose to give primary physical custody to the other parent. What The Texas Family ... 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
  • Reasons Why You Should Consider a Texas Prenup

    Mention a “ prenup ” and many engaged couples recoil. After all, entering into a marriage is all about trust, right? But think about it. Would you enter into any decision that affects you for the rest of your life without taking the measures available that protect you should the ... 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
  • Can I Move With My Child? Modifying Texas Child Custody Geographic Restrictions

    A common issue primary parents or “custodial parents” face in child custody cases is child relocation and modifying geographic restrictions. Texas courts often struggle with this issue because per the Texas Family Code Section 153.001(a)(1), it is the public policy of the State ... Read Article
  • Hiding Assets in Divorce is a Terrible Idea: Here's Why

    Property division is one of the most defining aspects of divorce, and how it’s handled can have a significant long-term impact on an individual and their future. As such, property division matters are often difficult to resolve, especially when parties contest the ... Read Article
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