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Divorce Components

Divorce Components

The different components of a divorce are worth thinking about individually. Sometimes it is easier to break a big issue down to the individual components, because trying to handle it all at once is too much. In everything that you face in life, proper evaluation is necessary so that you can prepare and react appropriately. […]

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Property Division in a Texas Divorce: It’s Not Just About the Money

Property Division in a Texas Divorce: It’s Not Just About the Money

Any divorce consists of many separations, such as property division – not just a break up of a couple. These days divorce is happening virtually everywhere, and you probably have at least one friend or family member who has gone through it. For sure, you would have heard issues they’ve experienced regarding property division. Most […]

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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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Where Do You File For Divorce and What Do You Do After Filing?

Where Do You File For Divorce and What Do You Do After Filing?

A divorce isn’t a process that a lot of people know much about before they beginand there tend to be a lot of questions.  The first step of a divorce is to file for divorce, or rather to petition the court for a divorce.  I will go into that briefly before answering one of the […]

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The Basics of Filing for Divorce in Texas

The Basics of Filing for Divorce in Texas

Going through divorce is a long and complicated process it doesn’t help that it happens to be one of the most emotional times of many people’s lives.  It is also a process that has been stigmatized for years.  As such, not everyone knows too much about the process. To help you better understand the process […]

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Adultery and Alimony in Texas

Adultery and Alimony in Texas

Adultery is one of the factors behind couples filing for divorce in Texas. Married couples experiencing adultery are most likely to separate at some stage of their lives. In cases where adultery causes divorce of a couple, there is a strict need to define the rights and responsibilities of the parties involved, especially those pertaining […]

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No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

In Texas, a no-fault divorce is the default mechanism to request a divorce.  Officially by Texas law, a no-fault divorce is when there are conflicts between two parties that could not reasonably be overcome.  In reality, it is simply the type of divorce two people seek when they are looking to get out of a […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 14: Moving Forward

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 14: Moving Forward

  How to Move Forward If Your Child Is Not Coming Home   First and foremost, remember that you are not alone in this matter. Losing a child is the hardest thing a parent could go through, whether you voluntarily agree to give up your parental rights, or you go to court and a judge […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

Parents Who Are Undocumented Immigrants   The most important thing to remember is the CPS (child protective services) does not deport parents or their children. CPS is not an immigration agency of the United States. Children and their families are given the benefits, protection, and care of CPS whether or not they are here legally. […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 12: Visitation

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 12: Visitation

The right to visit with your child will be one of the most important rights you have during a CPS (child protective services) case, and it is important to take advantage of the visitation that is allowed/ordered both from a bonding perspective as well as a legal one. Under current Texas law, CPS must arrange […]

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