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Divorce

What Can Cause Complications in Your Divorce?

Posted by brian on May 25, 2020

While every divorce is somewhat complicated, some divorces are far more complicated than others. Complicating factors often include high assets – or otherwise-complex assets – joint ownership of a business, a hotly contested issue, failure to file requisite divorce paperwork, and finally, failure to work closely with an experienced Round Rock divorce attorney. High-Asset Divorce […]

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Cause of Complications in Your Divorce?

Posted by brian on May 18, 2020

While every divorce is somewhat complicated, some divorces are far more complicated than others. Complicating factors often include high assets – or otherwise-complex assets – joint ownership of a business, a hotly contested issue, failure to file requisite divorce paperwork, and finally, failure to work closely with an experienced Round Rock divorce attorney. High-Asset Divorce […]

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What is Divorce Mediation?

Posted by brian on May 12, 2020

If you are facing a divorce, you likely have serious concerns about the legal process ahead. While you have probably heard of divorce mediation, you may not know a lot about it. Mediation is a private event (outside of the court) in which a professional mediator (a neutral third party) helps the divorcing couple come […]

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Divorce

Preparing for Your Divorce Case

Posted by brian on April 20, 2020

In recent times, many of us are hunkered down in our homes with our families. This can be a difficult time to face challenges in your marriage, as you might be spending all day, every day at home with your spouse. If you have been considering a possible divorce, there are steps you can take […]

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Divorce

What is a Final Divorce Decree in Texas?

Posted by brian on April 14, 2020

When you file for divorce, the process of ending your marriage is generally just beginning. Even if you are living separately and you or your spouse might even have new relationships, you are still considered to be legally married until the court issues the final divorce decree, which is also commonly called a final judgment […]

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Divorce, Post Modification

What Are The Most Common Reasons For Post Divorce Modification?

Posted by admin on April 7, 2020

Some provisions in divorce decrees are written in stone. Others can be modified due to changed circumstances. Here are three provisions that are often modified pursuant to the Texas Family Code section 156 due to changed circumstances after a marriage is dissolved by divorce. You’ll want to consult with a post-divorce modification attorney from the […]

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Adoption, Family Law

How Long Does it Take to Adopt a Child From Foster Care?

Posted by brian on April 5, 2020

The amount of time it takes to adopt a child from the foster care system can depend on several circumstances. According to adoptuskids.org and adoptionnetwork.com, the entire adoption process can take anywhere from 4 months to 18 months, but the time it takes to adopt can vary greatly and will depend on individual factors. Once […]

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Child Support, Divorce, Family Law

Consequences of not paying Child Support

Posted by brian on April 1, 2020

Child support is a weekly or monthly support payment order that is meant to support minor children. Ignoring a child support order can reap very serious consequences. State and federal agencies are working in conjunction to penalize those who have delinquent child support payments.  If you are in need of a good Cedar Park child […]

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Child custody

What is Relocation and Child Custody Modification?

Posted by brian on March 30, 2020

In divorce cases, there are times when the parent who has legal custody of a child will want to relocate out of the geographical area that the parties live in. That may or may not be agreed upon. One thing that’s for certain is that they can’t just get up and go, this is why […]