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Texas Man Camps Out in Front of Home During Divorce

Posted on October 19, 2015
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Recently, an unusual story in Lakeview involving a property standoff during a divorce generated national headlines. According USA Today, a 69-year-old man began camping out in his front yard when his wife kicked him out of their Taylor Lake Shores property. The subdivision the house sits in is upscale and contains many multi-million dollar properties. … Continue reading

Does Having Kids Before Marriage Increase Divorce Odds?

Posted on September 30, 2015
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USA Today had an interesting story recently about how people having babies before marriage are now staying together at the same rate as those who were married before having children. New data dispels the idea that having a baby before marriage increases a person’s chances for divorcing later in life. According to the news outlet, … Continue reading

Tips to Rebound From a Divorce

Posted on September 14, 2015
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It is common for people to experience a wide range of emotions following a divorce, from grief and anger, to excitement and freedom. Mishandling these emotions can result in damage to yourself, your children and your family, so it is important that you understand them. Below are some tips that our Lewisville family attorneys suggest … Continue reading

Are Women More Likely to Initiate a Divorce?

Posted on September 7, 2015
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Recently, the Washington Post had an interesting story indicating that women are more likely to initiate divorces in America. Research conducted by Stanford sociologist Michael Rosenfeld revealed that of more than 2,200 people in heterosexual partnerships who were surveyed over the course of five years, women initiated divorces 69 percent of the time. “Today Americans … Continue reading

How Can I Avoid Debt After Divorce?

Posted on September 4, 2015
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Following a divorce, it can be difficult for people to get back on their feet financially. In some cases, divorcees struggle by taking on too many new debts. This can be especially true if someone is used to living with two incomes and/or is not used to being a breadwinner or controlling finances. With this … Continue reading

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