Blog Posts in November, 2015

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  • Divorce Advice for Baby Boomers
    Divorce Advice for Baby Boomers

    There has been a reported rise in baby boomers who are going through a divorce . This brings a whole host of complications that are unique to divorce cases. Many of these couples do not have children, ...

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  • Is My Spouse Hiding Assets?
    Is My Spouse Hiding Assets?

    If you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets, they may face penalties from the court. That is because the law requires full disclosure of assets. During the discovery phase, however, you and your ...

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  • Three Ways to Divide Time During Winter Holidays
    Three Ways to Divide Time During Winter Holidays

    The holidays are the time when families come together. For those who have been recently divorced, this may be the first time you have to think about your custody and visitation arrangements. If you ...

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  • What Does Being "Served" Mean in a Divorce?
    What Does Being "Served" Mean in a Divorce?

    All civil cases in Texas courts must be formally served to the opposing party. In cases such as debt collection or personal injury, there is a plaintiff who serves the defendant with the lawsuit, ...

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  • New Changes for Child Custody Evaluations in Texas
    New Changes for Child Custody Evaluations in Texas

    Court-ordered child custody evaluations are conducted by trained experts in order to investigate a parent’s ability to provide care for their children. It is also used to determine if that respective ...

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  • Temporary Orders from the Court
    Temporary Orders from the Court

    The court process for many Texas divorce cases begins with the Temporary Orders hearing. This is when you will ask the courts to issue orders that will need to be in place up until the agreements or ...

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