Navigating Divorce with Non-Traditional and/or Diverse Income Streams

Posted on February 28, 2023

Divorce with Diverse Income Streams Divorce is complex as it is, but when you and/or your spouse have a diverse income stream, non-traditional income, or both, it can become much more complicated. Non-traditional income streams are forms of income that are not derived from a traditional job or salary for which you have a W2. … Continue reading

Mediation—Keeping You Out of the Courtroom During Your Divorce

Posted on October 7, 2020

Divorce is difficult no matter the circumstances. There are a lot of moving parts that can take a professional to navigate. That being said, many people have it in their heads that divorce has to be messy, that you have to go into the courtroom and air all your dirty laundry for the world to … Continue reading

How Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Affecting Texas Divorces?

Posted on August 31, 2020
Family split by a Crevasse Which Represents Family Problems

Coronavirus has affected our nation and our state in unexpected ways. From stay-at-home orders to business closings to at-home schooling, the pandemic has touched all our lives. It has even affected our courts. Although Denton County courts did not close during the lockdown, special measures did take effect. Judges now maintain contact with health authorities. … 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

Can I Date While Going Through a Texas Divorce?

Posted on December 7, 2018
Thinking about filing for divorce?

Technically, yes. There are no specific laws in Texas about whether a person can date while going through a divorce. It is not against the law. However, under certain circumstances, dating while in the process of filing for divorce or finalizing a divorce could cause complications. In the eyes of the law, dating could be … Continue reading