Blog Posts in December, 2016

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  • Discovery Issues in Texas Divorce Cases
    Discovery Issues in Texas Divorce Cases

    If there is one aspect of practicing law that a consensus of attorneys will agree is a mental beat-down, it would be the discovery process. Since discovery is a necessary evil, discovery is a tool ...

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  • Can I Keep Parts of the Divorce Decree I Like and Eliminate The Rest?
    Can I Keep Parts of the Divorce Decree I Like and Eliminate The Rest?

    Can I appeal my divorce while still accepting benefits from the parts of the judgment that work in my favor? As with most questions asked about the law, the answer to whether you can appeal a part of ...

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  • Co-Parenting for the School Year
    Co-Parenting for the School Year

    If you are newly-divorced or have new members of a blended family, it's important to think ahead and plan for the new school year. School-related issues can tend to bring up unnecessary conflict if ...

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  • Does Primary Custody Exist in Texas?
    Does Primary Custody Exist in Texas?

    Usually a misnomer due to its frequency in popular culture, “primary custody” is not an actual legal term recognized in Texas. Texas courts will typically appoint both parents as “joint managing ...

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  • Tips to Organize Your Finances during Divorce
    Tips to Organize Your Finances during Divorce

    It’s no secret that a divorce can be particularly damaging on either spouse’s finances. Unfortunately, many divorcing couples often go through the experience without so much as a safety or a basic ...

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  • Understanding a Notice/Order to Withhold Income
    Understanding a Notice/Order to Withhold Income

    If you have received an “Order/Notice to Withhold Income for Child Support ,” you must not disregard the document. This notice should be handled immediately as a Texas employer who knowingly fails to ...

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