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2017 Court Appointed Family Advocates Advanced CLE

2017 Court Appointed Family Advocates Advanced CLE

October 27, 2017 – all day UT Thompson Center Includes morning refreshments, lunch, afternoon snack, and parking! 6.25 credit hours; 2.5 ethics Cost: $110 for Austin Bar Association CAFA Section Members $135 for non-members of the Austin Bar Association CAFA Section   Presentations Include: Legislative Update Case Law Update Drafting and Setting Motions Using the […]

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Spousal Maintenance 101: Everything You Need To Know

Spousal Maintenance 101: Everything You Need To Know

Spousal maintenance is something that you might need to think about if you are contemplating divorcing your spouse. If you are thinking of filing for divorce or if you are already in the middle of one because your spouse had already gone ahead and filed for it, your major and immediate concerns would surely include […]

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Busting Myths and Rumors About Child Support in Texas

Busting Myths and Rumors About Child Support in Texas

The area of family law that a lot of people are concerned about is the part that deals with child support. In a divorce, it’s unavoidable for both parents to worry about finances. It is common for the parent who needs to provide child support and the one on the receiving end of it to […]

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Hacks on Hiring an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Texas

Hacks on Hiring an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Texas

If you want your divorce case to go according to your expectations and to be successful quickly, hiring a divorce attorney is one of the most important things that you must do. It’s acceptable not to have much knowledge about getting a divorce, especially if it’s your first time. You might have only heard one-sided […]

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Getting a Divorce When Your Spouse is a Resident of Another Country

Getting a Divorce When Your Spouse is a Resident of Another Country

These days, interracial marriages are common and sometimes a divorce is sometimes unavoidable. You can’t help but wonder if it’s possible to get a divorce when your spouse is in another country. Like for instance, you are an American citizen residing in Texas and you married someone from Spain, and you did the ceremony in […]

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What You Need To Know About Conservatorship in Texas

What You Need To Know About Conservatorship in Texas

Before tackling cases dealing with divorce in Texas, we always make it a point to know what the clients want out of the divorce. In most cases, clients want full child custody in Texas. Unfortunately, full custody does not exist in Texas, at least legally. In fact, the term “custody” does not even exist in […]

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How to Deal with Domestic Violence and Divorce in Texas

How to Deal with Domestic Violence and Divorce in Texas

Domestic violence is cancer in a marriage and it does not choose victims based on race, age or background. This is an unfortunate and unpleasant to talk about but it does exist. Victims always have a hard time surviving and getting over the experience despite resources made available to help and support the victims. The […]

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Dealing with the New School Year After Your Divorce in Texas

Dealing with the New School Year After Your Divorce in Texas

Some divorce cases are fortunately finalized in summer where you can still have ample time to make the transition before the school year starts. However, no matter how much time you have set aside for the transition and preparation for the new school year, it can still be challenging and tough for everyone, especially the […]

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Why You Should Be Careful When Signing Texas Divorce Forms

Why You Should Be Careful When Signing Texas Divorce Forms

There are many people who are getting a divorce but are choosing not to hire a Texas divorce attorney. Most of the time, it is because they underestimate the situation, thinking that it’s too simple to be needing a divorce lawyer’s advice. They also think that hiring an attorney is a waste of money because […]

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How To Establish Paternity in Texas

How To Establish Paternity in Texas

When a married couple has a child, even without properly establishing paternity, people will automatically assume that the husband is the father. In order for that thought to be legally changed at court, ample evidence is necessary. It’s different when an unmarried couple has a child, it is often necessary for one parent to establish […]

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