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How long does a divorce take?

Posted by admin on February 19, 2018

When going through the divorce process, hiring an attorney that is familiar with the process is essential. In determining the length of the entire divorce process, you should take into consideration whether or not the divorce will be contested. Uncontested divorces take place when both sides have reached an agreement. In this type of divorce, […]

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Divorce Process

Posted by admin on February 16, 2018

Are you wondering how long can your divorce process take? It depends on the type of your divorce: contested or uncontested. For more information on divorce please visit our site.

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How to file for divorce in Texas?

Posted by admin on January 17, 2018

In order to obtain a divorce in Texas, one or both spouses need to have been a resident for a minimum of six months. They must also have resided in the county where the filing is taking place, for the last 90 days. In order to file for a non-resident, the last marital residence needs […]

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Tips for Saving Your Marriage

Posted by admin on December 18, 2017

One in every other marriage will eventually lead to divorce, and this is why it is crucial that you do everything that you can to avoid becoming another statistic. You can contact Jackson Law Firm to find out more about divorce and the process of going through one.   For more information click here.  

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Tips for Saving My Marriage

Posted by admin on December 5, 2017

Marriage can be a wonderful bond between two individuals who care about and love each other. However, it’s not uncommon for the vast majority of unions out there to have marriage problems. Sometimes, these problems can be easily resolved and other times, it ends in divorce. In fact, one in every other marriage will eventually […]

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Who determines how assets are divided in a divorce?

Posted by admin on November 21, 2017

When you’re struggling with marital problems, one of the points of contention usually involves shared belongings — and the difficulties inherent in separating them. These items might be as innocuous as a set of coffee mugs, or as beloved and cherished as the family cocker spaniel. In any case, it’s nearly impossible for the couple […]

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What Are Some Things I Should Consider Before Filing for Divorce?

Posted by admin on October 3, 2017

Things to Consider Before Filing for Divorce Filing for divorce requires serious consideration of your assets and liabilities before you engage a divorce lawyer. Marriage dissolution can become complex when real estate and investment interests are shared and children of the marriage require arrangements for parental custody. Some things to consider before filing for divorce […]

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What are the Financial Dangers of Separation without Divorce?

Posted by admin on September 18, 2017

The all-too-familiar arrangement in which couples live separately while they are ‘informally divorced’ individuals has disastrous financial consequences. Typically, the separated couples are awaiting the formal, legal, and court-sanctioned divorce. As experienced divorce and family law attorneys, we at the Jackson Law Firm, feel obliged to advise our clients that separating without the divorce formality […]

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What are the grounds that can grant me an annulment?

Posted by admin on August 21, 2017

Despite your own honorable intentions at the altar, you may find yourself the victim of a less than noble spouse. When until death do you part is no longer a possibility for your union, you should find out under what circumstances you could be granted an annulment in Texas. Legal Reasons for an Annulment The […]

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What is the difference between fault and no-fault based in divorce?

Posted by admin on July 24, 2017

In Texas, a couple may be granted divorce by a fault or no-fault requirement. If you are in a situation where you feel that you need a divorce, it is important to know what you will be getting into. You may also be in a situation where your partner is the one seeking to divorce. […]