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Should You Get a Separation Agreement?

Posted by brian on July 10, 2019

No marriage is without its ups and downs. While many couples weather the storms and remain married for the long haul, others determine that divorce is necessary. Some couples, however, take a breather from marriage by separating. This is complicated by the fact that  Texas does not recognize legal separation (unless the couple has already […]

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What are the Grounds for Filing for Divorce in Texas?

Posted by brian on April 26, 2019

Grounds for a fault-based divorce must be substantiated to the court. It’s no easy task, which is why it’s essential to hire an experienced lawyer.

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What happens if my spouse and I can’t agree on custody of our children?

Posted by brian on April 22, 2019

If you are facing a divorce case, you may be wondering what to expect. In some cases, spouses are able to work things out and enter into a settlement agreement. In most cases, judges will approve a visitation schedule that parents have worked out themselves. When parents can’t agree, they may be ordered to attend […]

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The Grounds for Divorce in Texas

Posted by brian on April 15, 2019

Grounds for divorce in Texas may be petitioned based on fault or no-fault declarations. If you are filing for divorce, a Williamson County Divorce Lawyer can explain how fault-based versus no-fault applies to your situation. No-fault requires no proof of wrongdoing. The petition informs the court of the request to dissolve the marriage. Common grounds […]

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Non-cash compensation in a Texas divorce

Posted by brian on April 9, 2019

Divorce marks the end of one chapter of your life. It also marks the beginning of a new chapter and a positive turning point in your life. Before you can fully enjoy the new chapter of your life, you have to settle finances in your divorce. Divorce generally comes down to the division of marital […]

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Common Misconceptions About Divorce Mediation

Posted by brian on April 3, 2019

Divorce is not a pleasant process. It is sometimes filled with conflict and always fraught with emotion. It is also an expensive process, involving lawyers, paperwork, and fees. One way that the Jackson Firm seeks to make this process easier is by having people on staff who can serve as a Round Rock divorce mediation […]

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Can Children Express Their Preferences in Texas Custody Proceedings?

Posted by brian on April 1, 2019

In Texas, child custody hearings allow each parent to present their case to the judge. The purpose of the hearing is to determine which parent is more suitable for the child and can provide the healthiest living environment. The judge renders their decision after evaluating each parent, their annual income, and the findings of a […]

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Is Collaborative Divorce a Good Choice?

Posted by brian on March 14, 2019

Where collaborative divorce is concerned, Texas has been a leader since 1991. Since that year, Texans have had the ability to avoid public, contentious divorce, and instead, reconcile their differences in a more cooperative environment. While it’s a great choice for many of the state’s couples, it’s not right for everyone. Read on to learn […]

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Can a divorce decree be changed in Texas?

Posted by brian on March 4, 2019

Despite what the name suggests, a Final Decree of Divorce in Texas is not always final. Perhaps your former spouse took a new job and no longer has as much time to spend with the children as he or she once did. Perhaps the child visitation schedule set in your divorce decree does not match […]

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What Happens If My Application for Naturalization is Denied?

Posted by brian on February 18, 2019

The N-400 naturalization application is typically the last hurdle that lawful permanent residents must clear to become full-fledged United States citizens. This application process often involves overcoming rejections and denials. What is the N-400 Naturalization Application? The final step towards American citizenship is the N-400 naturalization application process often referred to as “Green Card Holders”. […]