Uncontested Divorce in the State of Texas
9 What to Know About the UncontestedDivorce Process in Texas Many people walk into our Fort Worth family law firm hoping to get an uncontested divorce, also known as a simple divorce or no contest divorce. However, the reality is that less than 10 percent of the divorce cases we handle truly end up being...
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Filing for divorce in Texas isn’t exactly complicated but there are certain steps our Tarrant County family law firm typically recommends to clients contemplating divorce. Consider the following five steps to help ensure you file properly and best prepare your family for divorce—legally, financially and mentally. Step 1: Make sure you meet state and county...
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Maintaining the privacy and security of personal information is an important consideration during a divorce. Whether you want to prevent your spouse from reading emails from your divorce lawyer or hope to keep your dirty laundry out of the public eye, consider the following steps to beef up your privacy protection. Step 1: Hire a...
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At the Sisemore Law Firm in Fort Worth, we often hear clients say, “My Texas divorce and child custody case will be a simple one.” For some, this may be wishful thinking, after all, divorces typically cost less when they’re resolved quickly. Others may assume they can wrap up their divorce pronto because minimal assets...
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You’ve probably heard the quote: “Nothing is certain except for death and taxes.” Sure, we all know we’re going to die some day, but what many people don’t consider is how the unexpected death of a custodial parent could affect child custody, divorce and grandparents’ rights. If you’re concerned about custody of a child and...
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Prenuptial agreement. This practice is most commonly associated with the super-rich. After all, they have a lot to lose (and gain) should their marriage disintegrate and end in divorce. Not anymore. Prenuptial agreements are becoming common practice among more couples as they enter into marriage. But what is causing this growing trend? One thought is...
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As you begin the early stages of a divorce, you will likely be looking ahead at how it will impact your future financial picture, especially when it comes to retirement. However, when starting to construct your monetary outlook, keep in mind that you may have access to funds you hadn’t previously considered – social security...
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As part of your divorce, you and your ex were given a court-ordered arrangement, and a significant part of that decision was probably child support payments. Many parents are dependent on this money from their ex to help them provide for their child. So when the party who is responsible to make child support payments...
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If you’re considering divorce, you’re probably aware that it won’t be cheap. Throw in a custody battle and you’re looking at increasing costs. At the Sisemore Law Firm, we’re in the business of moving the case along – not gauging our Tarrant County area clients for money – helping them succeed grows our business. So...
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By Justin Sisemore In my last blog post, How to have an Affordable, Cost Effective Divorce, I talked about ways you can save money as you’re going through the divorce process. Not necessarily unrelated to saving money in a divorce is being a “good client”, which can not only assist in keeping costs down, but...
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