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How NOT to Get Divorced During COVID-19 – 4 Critical Problems to Address During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on March 30, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) expanding throughout Texas while Denton, Collin, Dallas, and Tarrant counties issue stay-at-home orders, many couples are struggling with a problem they may not have had to deal with in a long time (if ever)—spending a massive amount of time stuck in the house with both their children and their spouse. … Continue reading

When Will You Be Ready to Start Dating After Divorce?

Posted on February 28, 2020
Photo of a Senior Couple Out on a Date

When you choose to file for divorce in Texas, you close the chapter on your marriage and that time in your life. While this is often bittersweet for many, it can also become a new beginning. After your divorce, you have a chance to start over and find love again. Yet, the dating world may … Continue reading

5 Myths About Divorce You Have to Stop Believing

Posted on January 30, 2020
Call us with questions about filing for divorce in Texas.

No matter what your reason, if you are thinking about getting a divorce, you’re not the only one. Sometimes the love in a relationship simply ends; sometimes two people that love each other just aren’t made for marriage; sometimes there are less amicable reasons. Whatever it is, you’re not the only one. When you start … Continue reading

Four Reasons Why January Is Considered Divorce Month

Posted on December 27, 2019
January divorce photo

December is widely regarded as a month of celebration. Various holidays and the approach of the new year warrant festivities in many households across the country. However, many are unaware of the association between January and divorce rates. While the finalization of most divorces occurs later in the year, January sees the most divorce filings. … Continue reading

What Issues Arise During a Gray Divorce?

Posted on August 8, 2019
Divorces are increasing among older Americans.

Not all marriages work out. In fact, some estimates suggest 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. This is true for couples in their 20s, 30s and 40s, but couples in their 50s and 60s are unique. For these latter age groups, divorce rates have increased since the 1990s. A divorce involving older … Continue reading

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