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  • No Fault Divorce No More?

    No Fault Divorce No More?  In Texas, couples can get divorced due to discord or conflict of personalities which destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents the reasonable expectation of reconciliation.  In…

  • Getting Custody of Pets in a Divorce

    Getting Custody of Pets in a Divorce We all know people who treat their pets like their children. Some of us are those people. So what happens when a couple gets divorced and their beloved…

  • DIVORCE PLANNING: A FOCUS ON CHILDREN

    Divorce Planning: A Focus on Children She sat alone watching TV in the dark, in her now sparsely furnished living room. Her two school-age children were getting ready for bed. Soon she would go into…

  • DOES TEXAS LAW ALLOW FOR ALIMONY?

    Does Texas law allow for alimony? Until recently, Texas was the last state without alimony. Recent changes in the law, however, have opened the door to very limited spousal support after a divorce. The possibility…

  • The Missing Child Support Check

    The Missing Child Support Check A child support order signed by a judge is no guarantee that the money will start flowing in to help take care of the children. All too often, the non-custodial…

  • What is a Postmarital Agreement?

    What is a Postmarital Agreement? What is a postmarital agreement you ask? It is an agreement that is made after a couple marries, unlike a premarital agreement that occurs before marriage. At any time during…