Month

November 2013
For many in Texas, this Christmas will mark the first holiday season as a newly single person. With so much focus on family during the holidays, it can be easy to feel isolated and alone after a divorce has changed the landscape of one’s family. This can lead to a less-than-joyful season. However, with a...
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Texas residents who have been through a divorce are often unaware that they may be entitled to social security benefit based on the employment record of their former spouse. A lack of understanding surrounding this issue leaves many individuals facing retirement with far less financial stability than they deserve. In addition, individuals who are considering...
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When it comes to Texas couples separating, many may wish that discussion with an ex stays to a minimum. However, if there are children involved, parents may still have to communicate on a regular basis after divorce. The typical situations of dealing with disciplinary issues and permission for activities may need to be discussed, but...
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Many Texas parents move through their divorce with the certainty that their lives will be far less complicated once the process is complete. In reality, however, issues of child custody and child support lead many former spouses back into court for years after their marriage is dissolved. This is stressful, time-consuming and costly, and most...
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