Month

October 2016
Divorce in and of itself tends to be a sensitive process. Even when it is just the two spouses involved, matters can be very personal and emotional. Arguments can ensue. Feelings can be hurt. When children are added to the family mix, things become more complex and often more emotional. Next, add religious views — particularly...
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Maybe you find yourself seething within your marriage during this political election. You just can’t fathom why your spouse would ever vote for (fill-in-the-blank). If you and your spouse are fighting about the election, you are not alone. And truly, marriages can survive political differences. Sometimes, our differences make us stronger. They at least can...
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If you are reading this family law blog post, it is likely that you are contemplating or already in the process of divorce. The Guardian is publishing a series of people’s stories about when they knew it was time for a divorce. Their stories vary. Your story is undoubtedly uniquely yours. Maybe you are like...
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 When people think of divorce their minds often drift to the financial implications, especially when children are not involved. There is good reason for this, as divorce can have a lifelong impact on a person’s finances. Throughout history there have been staggeringly costly divorces that have demonstrated this. Let’s take a look. A Billion Dollar Divorce...
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Many divorces play out every day in Texas, but they are all uniquely suited for the specific parties. Your divorce doesn’t have to play out like your friend’s, for example. Why? Because every relationship (even though a marriage is coming to an end) is different. Maybe you and your soon-to-be ex get along; you just...
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