Alison originally helped me with a bankruptcy case six years ago. After the recent loss of my father, she helped me and my Mother with many of the tasks you preform after the loss a loved one, including a family trust and new wills. Alison is a very proficient attorney as well as a very kind, caring person. She doesn’t itemize every email and phone call, instead she just charges a very reasonable flat rate. I highly recommend her and will continue to go to her as needed in the future.
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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

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for Us?

The divorce process can be emotionally exhausting and cause more conflict than there was when you initially decided on a divorce. Thankfully, there is an alternative to traditional divorce that can make the process quicker and smoother: collaborative divorce. This

How Do I Serve my Spouse with Divorce Papers In Texas?

Going through a divorce is not easy, but it can be less stressful if you know how to serve your spouse with divorce papers the right way. This will reduce confusion and problems and can make the divorce process faster

Texas Child Support Laws to Know when Divorcing

Child support is often one of the most contentious issues involved in a Texas divorce case. Even couples that inherently agree on custody and visitation may disagree on such issues as child support arrangements. The state of Texas has strict guidelines for resolving these

Wills, Estates and Trusts in Texas: What You Should Know

When it comes to making sure they and their family are protected, most people think about daily things such as car insurance, a home security system, or related types of protection. But there is more to the issue. When people

Why January Sees More Divorces Filed Than Any Other Month

The new year is time for making resolutions, going back to school or work after the holidays, and filing for divorce. Wait, what’s that last bit? It’s true – January is one of the top months for divorce filings, with

How to File for Divorce in Lewisville, Texas

While Texas law applies to all divorces in the state, jurisdiction pertaining to divorce depends on the region and the courthouse. If you – or your spouse – are Lewisville residents, then all proceedings go through the Denton County Courthouse.

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