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Can My Child Help Choose Who Gets Custody in a Divorce?

Posted on October 31, 2018
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In Texas divorces, the judge will give the final decision on which parent will become the custodial parent. Parents may wonder if the court will allow the child to choose which parent they will live with. If you and your spouse are considering divorce or are in the process of divorce, then you should know … Continue reading

5 Decisions You Need to Make When You File for Divorce

Posted on October 26, 2018
Thinking about filing for divorce?

Getting divorced can take every bit as much planning as getting married. There is paperwork to file, furniture to move and new living arrangements to work out. Many people do not realize just how much there is to consider when you file for divorce, which is why it is always a good idea to call … Continue reading

Does Travel Help Cure the Divorce Blues?

Posted on October 26, 2018
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Are you recently divorced or have you gone through a separation? Has the stress become something that you need a break from? If you have, our Lewisville family lawyers recommend that you take care of yourself. You can do this through counseling or therapy, and by working out and staying active. Additionally, we recommend traveling, … Continue reading

Why Would I Need a Protective Order in Texas?

Posted on May 14, 2018
Can life events lead to a divorce?

Violence and harassment may be factors in an unhealthy relationship. In Texas, you may file a protective order if a member of your family or other person is targeting you with abuse. These are court orders that can prevent the abusive person from contacting you or your children. A Texas protective order could: Prevent the … Continue reading

How Could Property Be Divided During My Divorce?

Posted on March 26, 2018
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How community property is divided depends on the circumstances. Texas law requires community property to be divided in a “fair and right” manner. This does not mean that properties and assets are divided 50/50. Many factors may be taken into consideration when dividing community property. Certain assets or joint debts may also be considered community … Continue reading

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