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Separate vs Marital Property

Defining separate property vs marital property in a divorce can get very tricky. In basic terms, separate property is property that you own and that your spouse cannot lay claim to. Marital property, on the other hand, is property that

Fault vs No Fault Divorce

If you’re looking to get divorced in the state of Texas, you’re not alone; the divorce rate in Texas hovers at about 10.7 percent, which is on par with the overall divorce rate in the U.S. One thing that sets

How to Gain Custody of a Child in Texas

If you’re in the process of going through a divorce, you’re not alone. In fact, it is estimated that about one-third of marriages in the United States will ultimately end in divorce. One of the biggest concerns you may have is gaining

What to Do when Ex won’t Pay their Child Support

A separation can be stressful enough, but when you and your ex have a child together, things can get exponentially more complicated. One of the biggest stressors following a separation or divorce is that of figuring out child custody and

What are the Different Types of Child Custody?

There are many elements of child custody cases that you must navigate and understand; one thing to learn is that there are different types of child custody arrangements. Understanding the four different types of child custody can help you navigate a court

Can a Custodial Parent Move our Child Out of State?

When you share a child with an ex, navigating the troublesome waters of child custody can be hard. Whether you share custody or one parent has full custody, there may be disagreements regarding what is best for the child or

Traditional Divorce vs Collaborative Divorce

As you prepare to get divorced, you likely imagine (and dread) a long, drawn-out, and stressful court battle. But does it really have to be that way? The answer is that it all depends on the circumstances. In certain situations,

How to Get Child Support Payments Reduced in Texas

Because child support orders operate only as a financial snapshot at one point in time, many parents will eventually seek to reduce their own child support obligation due to a change in circumstances. Read on to learn more about the

What to Know about Prenuptial Agreements

Not sure whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you? Before you decide, it’s a good idea to get familiar with the concept and what it might mean for your marriage. Read on to learn about the essentials of prenups.

Annulment vs Divorce in Texas

Many different circumstances may lead someone to seek a divorce. In some cases, the marriage simply stops working, so spouses seek divorce through traditional or collaborative methods. However, sometimes people seek a divorce because the marriage should never have happened

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