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Family Law
Property division in Texas is unique in its considerations. Community property laws require marital estates to be divided equally when married couples divorce. In the rest of the country, marital assets are divided equitably but not necessarily equally in divorce cases. The marital estate subject to division in a Texas divorce is made up of...
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In Texas, the law allows fault-based divorce when one spouse has proof of adultery or another infraction that the other spouse committed. The court may consider these transgressions in both spousal support and property division. Whether you plan to seek a fault-based divorce or believe that your spouse may do so, learn how these cases...
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Are you facing a divorce after decades of marriage? In 2017, the Pew Research Center reported that the divorce rate among couples ages 50 or older increased by more than 100% between 1990 and 2015. If you and your spouse are considering a so-called “gray divorce” in Texas, keep these unique considerations in mind. Real...
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Divorce rates are down. In the United States, fewer marriages are breaking up, according to some population researchers. Whether rising or falling, the divorce rate reflects a wide range of causes and effects. The well-known and often-cited justifications of adultery, abuse, cruelty and irreconcilable differences still make regular appearances in court papers. Among the causes...
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Many people who go through a divorce feel like their spouse has changed from the person they once knew into someone who likes to argue and will not agree on anything. This can make trying to negotiate a parenting plan or a settlement agreement a frustrating or even impossible process. Hiring an experienced family lawyer...
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Going through a divorce is almost never easy, but it’s important to know that many people don’t give up on the institution of marriage altogether. In fact, although about 50% of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce, close to 80%of people who have gotten divorced choose to marry again. One good question to ask...
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Family law cases tend to be some of the most lengthy because both parties are so emotionally charged throughout the proceedings. Here are just a few of the reasons our Lakeway family lawyer can help you to reach a resolution in less time. The Benefits of Total Objectivity According to the American Psychological Association, between...
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The divorce process remains one of the most challenging moments for many families globally. This is because many individuals find it very hard to break a relationship that has taken years to build. Separation also presents significant psychological challenges to the parties involved. It is therefore important that you understand the various circumstances that surround...
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Divorce is never a pleasant situation for anyone involved. Aside from the costs, time spent in litigation, court appearances, and separation of assets, divorce becomes even more stressful when the child visitation schedule is unfavourable due to your job. Custody battles are quite common in divorces. Both parents feel that they are the best guardian...
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