Does Cheating Matter in a Texas Divorce Case?

Posted on August 5, 2015
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Our Lewisville divorce attorneys often hear from clients who have had affairs or whose partners have committed acts of infidelity. When this occurs, we offer tremendous support, as we understand how difficult this situation can be. We can point clients to local resources that can help them recover from this situation in a therapeutic way, … Continue reading

Texas Employer Accused of Intercepting Child Support

Posted on July 27, 2015
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In an unusual story in East Texas, a man who thought that his child support checks were going to his children recently found out that his employer was intercepting the payments. According to KPLC-TV, a Smith County father who worked as a mechanic for P&O Motors let the business know that about 50 percent of … Continue reading

Supreme Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage and Divorce

Posted on July 16, 2015
Supreme Court ruling impacts US marriages.

Last month, the Supreme Court ruled that marriage and divorce between same-sex couples could not be prohibited by states within the country, overriding a longstanding ban in Texas. In its 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court found that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry and that each state must license those who apply. Due … Continue reading

Texas Couple Share Custody Following Same-Sex Divorce

Posted on July 15, 2015
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As we reported in our blog last week, recently the Supreme Court granted same-sex couples the right to marry and divorce. With this in mind, same-sex couples in Texas are already beginning the process of doing both. According to the Associated Press, a state district judge in San Antonio recently awarded shared child custody to … Continue reading

Texas Common Law Marriage: Can You Divorce?

Posted on June 22, 2015
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Did you know that Texas is one of a few states in the country that recognizes common law marriages? Common law marriage occurs when two people are married without a formal ceremony. In Texas, you can establish that you are in a common law marriage by stating that you are married publicly, if you live … Continue reading