Blog Posts in 2018

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  • Coker, Robb & Cannon, Family Lawyers Celebrated National Adoption Awareness Month
    Coker, Robb & Cannon, Family Lawyers Celebrated National Adoption Awareness Month

    As a law firm focused exclusively on divorce and family law , our team at Coker, Robb & Cannon, Family Lawyers has handled a wide range of cases and has worked with families of all shapes and sizes ...

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  • 4 Important Elements of Dividing Retirement in Divorce
    4 Important Elements of Dividing Retirement in Divorce

    While every divorce is different, many involve the unraveling of complexly intertwined finances. During the course of a marriage, spouses share many, if not all, of their financial assets. Texas law ...

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  • Marriage, Divorce & Inheritances: What Are My Rights?
    Marriage, Divorce & Inheritances: What Are My Rights?

    There are many myths and misconceptions that circulate about divorce, including many which focus on the fate of a couple’s finances and their property. While it is true that property division can be ...

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  • Preparing for a Texas Divorce: Helpful Tips When Starting the Divorce Process
    Preparing for a Texas Divorce: Helpful Tips When Starting the Divorce Process

    On the outside looking in, divorce can seem like a difficult and daunting process – and for good reason. Divorce is both a deeply personal life experience and a complex legal proceeding, subject to ...

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  • Understanding Spousal Support in Texas
    Understanding Spousal Support in Texas

    When it comes to divorce , many people are familiar with the term “alimony.” Although it may sometimes be the butt of jokes or discussed derisively, alimony is a vital and very carefully constructed ...

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  • Texas Child Custody: What is a Standard Possession Order?
    Texas Child Custody: What is a Standard Possession Order?

    Whether it arises during divorce or as its own stand-alone proceeding, child custody is one of the most important matters in family law. This is because custody and visitation arrangements deal with ...

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