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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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After a divorce is final, can I renegotiate?

Posted by brian on April 10, 2018

Have you just gone through a divorce? Are you unhappy with the results of your divorce settlement and want a better deal for yourself? There is hope and it is possible to renegotiate a divorce after the divorce is final. If there has been a material change in circumstances, then there are possibilities to renegotiate […]

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Why should i consider hiring a post divorce modification attorney?

Posted by admin on August 7, 2017

Divorce cases represent some of the most challenging legal proceedings, according to the Divorce Guide for Clients from the American Bar Association. In addition, post-divorce issues can end up being as complicated, legally and emotionally, as original marriage dissolution proceedings. You likely have numerous concerns and questions as you face a post-divorce matter. This may include wondering […]

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Can a divorce decree be modified?

Posted by admin on July 17, 2017

While a divorce decree generally stands as the final order of the judge, it may not be as final as it seems. There are two primary reasons for which it is possible to receive a modification of the decree. The first is if one or both parties in the divorce have reasonable grounds to believe […]

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What are the most common reasons for post divorce modification?

Posted by admin on March 7, 2017

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 a divorce. You’ll want to consult with a post divorce modification attorney […]