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3 Tips for Surviving the Emotional Turmoil of Divorce

While divorce may be a legal process, it is often highly emotional. Leaving your spouse, dividing your assets and determining custody can be stressful and frustrating. Coping with the end of your marriage may be one of the hardest things you do in your life…

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What Is a Business Divorce?

In many partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies, a team of people has worked together to build a business over time. Owners have a sense of pride in what they have created. Business divorce is used to describe the process of dissolving a business and distribution of assets to go separate ways when fundamental disagreements arise between owners…

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Working Dads and Divorce

Divorcing dads can feel pulled in many directions when going through a divorce. They must work to provide for their children, but they want to see their children despite their hectic schedules. An experienced attorney can help dads who work different schedules obtain fair child custody and visitation schedules…

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Top 10 Mistakes Divorcing Fathers Make

Divorce can be painful, but mistakes made by fathers during the divorce process can cause lifelong pain. These mistakes may drain your pocketbook or have long-lasting implications that hurt your relationship with your kids…

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Dads Have a Legal Right to Custody

Are you a dad going through a divorce? These days, fathers have a strong right to child custody in Texas, with many dads getting 50-50 custody. Find out how our family law attorney can help with your child custody case…

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Family Law FAQs

Whether you are thinking about divorce, have a child custody issue or are seeking paternity of your son or daughter, you're bound to have 1,000 questions. And all of them are valid.

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Family Law Courts In Texas

Harris County, Texas, has 11 designated family law courts that hear matters arising under the Texas Family Code. A case is filed with the Family Law Intake section of the Harris County District Clerk's Office and randomly assigned to a court….

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Why Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement allows you to put all the cards on the table and start married life on the same page. If you own a successful business or investment property, this may be important….

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What is the Role of Mediation

Mediation involves a neutral person, a mediator, trained in dispute resolution tactics. During this phase in the divorce litigation process, you explain your goals and learn more about the reality of your position…

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Relocating After Divorce

Many Texas custody and visitation orders have geographic restrictions that control how far you can move from the other parent. To lift these limits, you need to show that the move is in the best interests of the children…

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