Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Should You Separate? The Benefits of Separation Before Divorce.
    Should You Separate? The Benefits of Separation Before Divorce.

    Nobody enters into a marriage expecting it to end in divorce. Frequently, when a couple decides to file for divorce, both parties genuinely believe the marriage is damaged beyond repair and the ...

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  • Things You Need to Think About Before Marriage (Prenups & more)
    Things You Need to Think About Before Marriage (Prenups & more)

    So you're tying the knot—congratulations! Marriage can be the start of a beautiful, life-long partnership. It may go without saying; but getting married can set the tone for the rest of your life—in ...

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  • Are Divorce Arbitration Decisions Legally Binding?
    Are Divorce Arbitration Decisions Legally Binding?

    What Is Arbitration Arbitration is an alternative form of dispute resolution (ADR) in which the parties in a divorce case can participate. When it comes to resolving divorce issues, arbitration is ...

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  • What the End of COVID Protections Means for Families (Could There Be a Second Stimulus?)
    What the End of COVID Protections Means for Families (Could There Be a Second Stimulus?)

    For most Americans, COVID-19 has defined 2020. The coronavirus has completely changed how most families operate on a day-to-day level, changing family dynamics and forcing parents to dramatically ...

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  • What Are My Options for Child Conservatorship in Texas?
    What Are My Options for Child Conservatorship in Texas?

    What Is Conservatorship? Texas law does not use the term custody when referring to a person’s right to have a child live under their roof, and make decisions for the child—such as determining what ...

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  • Recent Supreme Court Rulings Provide New Protections for Transgender Workers, Limit Abortions & More
    Recent Supreme Court Rulings Provide New Protections for Transgender Workers, Limit Abortions & More

    The US Supreme Court is one of the most powerful institutions in the country—many would argue, the most powerful. Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court ruled on several landmark cases concerning ...

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