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In Divorce can a spouse throw the other out of a house

Can a spouse throw the other out of a house in an argument ?  Short answer is "no", even in a divorce situation. One spouse may seek to exclude the other spouse from the house only by court order.

"uncontested divorce"

"Uncontested divorce" is a misleading term. When people agree to get a divorce, it is not necessarily an uncontested divorce. Differences of opinion may exist as to whether property is marital or separate, how to divide property, who keeps the family business, should it be sold, the value of the family business, whether to pay spousal support, who will have primary custody of the children, what possession or access of the children will be, how much child support will be paid are some of the issues to be addressed in an "uncontested divorce".

Houston Top Divorce Lawyers W. Tyler Moore wtm@wtylermoore.com 713-929-2242

W Tyler Moore is consistently rated among Top Houston Divorce Attorneys by H Magazine.  Over 40 years experience winning child custody suits.  One of 47 Attorneys in TEXAS with Board Certifications in Civil Trial Law and Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  Let him help you through your divorce or custody modification.  Located at 5005 Woodway, Suite 201, Houston, TX 77056 - just off the West Loop.  713-929-2242.   wtm@wtylermoore.com

Houston Top Divorce Lawyers W. Tyler Moore wtm@wtylermoore.com 713-929-2242

W Tyler Moore is consistently rated among Top Houston Divorce Attorneys by H Magazine.  Over 40 years experience winning child custody suits.  One of 47 Attorneys in TEXAS with Board Certifications in Civil Trial Law and Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  Let him help you through your divorce or custody modification.  Located at 5005 Woodway, Suite 201, Houston, TX 77056 - just off the West Loop.  713-929-2242.   wtm@wtylermoore.com

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Protecting separate property from marital property when it comes to divorce is very important. This is because, in Texas, marital property is considered to be owned by both parties and is part of the divisible estate, while separate property is not. Determining what property is marital and what property is separate may seem straightforward, but, in actuality, it can become confusing.

Don't fall for these common divorce myths

While many people in Houston know someone who has gone through a divorce, when it comes to divorce, no two cases are alike, just like no two marriages are alike. It is important not to compare your divorce to those of others. In addition, it is important not to fall for the following myths some people may have about the divorce process.

Mediation experience can be helpful in a Texas divorce

When couples in Texas divorce, in most counties they have to go through the mediation process first. This can actually be a good thing. It gives couples a chance to resolve their divorce legal issues privately and in a quicker manner than litigation would take. It also lets them keep control over the outcome of their case because mediation may resolve their divorce legal issues in a way that is agreeable to both of them.

What lessons can be learned from a celebrity divorce?

It seems like just about every day supermarket tabloids are announcing the divorce of yet another celebrity couple. It may seem like being in the limelight makes these divorces subject to a great deal of public scrutiny. Moreover, the average person may feel like they do not have much in common with the rich and famous. But, there are lessons that people in Houston can learn from celebrity divorces.

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