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September 22, 2022
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What is a Non-Disparagement Divorce Clause in Texas?

Are you worried that your soon-to-be ex will bad-mouth you to your kids after your divorce? If so, you might…
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September 16, 2022
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Who Gets the Kids After a Texas Divorce?

When your marriage is ending and you have children, there’s probably one primary question looming in your mind. Who gets…
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September 15, 2022
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Who Gets the House After a Texas Divorce?

When you first realize your marriage is ending, there are probably millions of questions racing through your mind. As you…
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September 14, 2022
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Who Gets the Car After a Texas Divorce?

If your spouse declares that you're divorcing you, your first thought might not be whether you get to keep your…
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September 12, 2022
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Adultery in Texas Divorce: How It Affects Child Custody and Alimony

Every year, hundreds of thousands of marriages are damaged in the U.S. by infidelity. If you or your spouse cheated…
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September 9, 2022
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Texas Divorce Attorney? Do NOT Hire Until You Read These 7 Tips

While divorces happen every day in Texas, every divorce case is unique. Before you hire a Texas divorce attorney, you’ll…
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September 3, 2022
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How to Find an Affordable Divorce Attorney in Texas

The average cost of divorce in Texas is about $15,600 when a couple is divorcing without any children. When there…
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September 2, 2022
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Can You Get Divorced for Any Reason in Texas?

Are you contemplating divorce and wondering if you’ll be granted a divorce from the court? Can you get divorced for…
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September 1, 2022
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What Happens When a Divorce is Contested in Texas

There are many decisions to make when you’re getting divorced, and sometimes you and your spouse don’t agree on all…
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August 27, 2022
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How Long Does a Default Divorce Take in the State of Texas

If your spouse isn't participating in the divorce process, you can ask the judge for a default judgment. How long…
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