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What are the Tax Ramifications of Your Divorce?

What are the Tax Ramifications of Your Divorce?

Sooner or later in your divorce, you will have to consider negotiating a divorce settlement. When you do, you might find it helpful to make your negotiations with taxes in mind. When you are in the middle of an intense negotiation session regarding your divorce settlement, you might find yourself just wanting it all to […]

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How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

First and foremost, what is a bill of review? Basically, a bill of review is a method to secure a new trial after the initial trial has ended. For instance, if you had a case in Texas and you were not satisfied with the result, you have the option to seek means to get a […]

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An Overview of Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law

An Overview of Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law

When will you need an enforcement suit? For family law cases in Texas, there are two ways to end a case. One is to settle your case through negotiations with the other party, and the other option is to go on a trial in court wherein a judge can make the decisions for you. Either […]

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Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting hacks are definitely needed when you deal with your child after your divorce . We all know that the strongest impact and blows from the divorce end up on the children. The divorce will completely change your child’s life and their views of the world. It will also change the way they spend time […]

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Getting a Job After a Divorce

Getting a Job After a Divorce

Life post-divorce is full of changes you might not have seen coming. A divorce is a chance to start anew, but it would also be like picking up the pieces and putting them back together again. One question that could boggle the minds of many who are undergoing a divorce is related to getting a […]

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The Basics Of Surrogacy Agreements

The Basics Of Surrogacy Agreements

  When will you need a surrogacy agreement?   If you and your spouse are considering surrogacy, there are a lot of legalities you will have to prepare for. It is best to arm yourself with enough information to prepare yourself for your plans.   Surrogacy involves a surrogate – a woman who carries a […]

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The Basics for Stepparent Adoption in Texas

The Basics for Stepparent Adoption in Texas

Stepparent adoption cases are not exactly the most common type of cases a family law attorney encounters. When it does happen, the other parent of the child is usually deceased or at least not actively involved with the child. This is usually the part of the case which is conflicted. The thing is, in order […]

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Adoption in Texas FAQs

Adoption in Texas FAQs

ADOPTION PROCESS What is adoption? Adoption is when adoptive families seek to legally provide a permanent home for a child or children. It is a lifelong commitment wherein these new parents will provide the child’s short and long-term needs until he or she reaches adulthood. The adoptive parents and will be responsible in providing the […]

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An Overview of the Standard Visitation Schedule in Texas

An Overview of the Standard Visitation Schedule in Texas

Most of the time, parents undergoing a divorce find their child visitation schedule one of the most difficult things thing to deal with.  Child custody and divorce is challenging enough, but dealing with the changes where you’d have to visit your child while following a tight schedule is pretty tough. Parents facing this scenario tend to disagree on who gets […]

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What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

In case you’re wondering what a post-nuptial agreement is, it’s basically just like a pre-marital agreement. The only difference is that pre-marital ones are signed before the marriage and post-nuptial ones are signed after the wedding. Usually, the motivation between a prenup agreement and a post-nuptial agreement are not the same. In Texas, you are […]

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