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Overcoming an Impasse in Divorce Mediation in Texas

We have all heard horror stories about how a divorce can turn into a nasty, difficult, and emotionally draining fight. The good news is that divorce does not have to be that way. Indeed, the vast majority of people want an amicable divorce. Mediation is one of the best legal options for divorcing couples looking …

How to Download Your Facebook Profile for Your Divorce Attorney

Millions of Americans use Facebook to stay in touch with family and friends, make new connections for professional and personal reasons, and many other activities. When you consider the expansive nature of social media platforms and the massive amounts of content they store, you might not be surprised to learn that the profile details of …

Things to Know About Property Division Under Texas Divorce Laws

While spousal support and issues related to minor children may not come up in every Texas divorce, almost all parties must address property division when dissolving their marriage. Couples may acquire substantial assets after the wedding date, especially in long-term marriages. They might also incur considerable debt through loans, mortgages, and credit cards. Both property …

Overview of Child Custody Laws in Texas

As is the case in every other US state, Texas family laws provide parents with rights and responsibilities with respect to minor children regardless of whether they maintain an intact relationship. Therefore, issues regarding child custody will come up in divorce proceedings and actions to establish paternity of a minor child. The Texas Family Code …

Answers to FAQs About Divorce for Men in Texas

There was a time when the presumptions about gender roles would lead to unbalanced outcomes in divorce cases, but men and women are now on equal footing in the eyes of the law in every US state. Either spouse can file for divorce according to the grounds recognized by Texas divorce laws, including a “no-fault” …

When Can You Modify Child Custody in Houston?

Child custody court orders are final and legally binding. Fortunately, that does not mean that these orders cannot be modified. If you can show that there has been a substantial change in circumstances and convince a judge of that fact, you may be able to modify your child custody order. However, there are certain requirements …