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Category: Divorce Law

What Should I Do If My Spouse is Delaying Our Divorce Process intentionally delaying divorce

What Should I Do If My Spouse is Delaying Our Divorce Process

Let’s be honest – a divorce takes longer than you want it to. Filing for divorce is a difficult and emotional decision. Once that decision is made, most people want the process over as quickly and as simply as possible. Unfortunately, it is not always that easy. Mandatory Waiting Period In almost all cases, when […]

How Are Your Military Benefits Subject in Divorce? military divorce in texas

How Are Your Military Benefits Subject in Divorce?

As a member of the military you may be stationed at a base outside of Texas, but that may not restrict your ability to file for divorce in Texas.  Jurisdiction for filing is the first thing to review immediately upon deciding to file for a divorce. If your home state is still listed as Texas, then […]

Texas Family Law Podcast Episode #6: Adultery in Divorce Adultery in divorce

Texas Family Law Podcast Episode #6: Adultery in Divorce

This week on the Texas Family Law podcast your hosts Jake and Brian discuss how adultery can impact your divorce case. Whether your partner or you have committed adultery, it is in your best interest to understand how these incidents are viewed by the Texas Family Courts and essentially how the infidelity could effect the outcome […]

How “Conflicting Out” Attorneys Can Impact Your Divorce How “Conflicting Out” Attorneys Can Impact Your Divorce

How “Conflicting Out” Attorneys Can Impact Your Divorce

What is “Conflicting Out”? We find this to be a truly dirty divorce tactic. The best way for us to explain what “conflicting out” attorneys is by giving you the real scenario. There are times where a spouse will call all the best divorce attorneys in town to try to conflict out the other spouse […]

Community vs. Separate Property in Texas Community vs. Separate Property in Texas

Community vs. Separate Property in Texas

In our previous blog, “What is Separate Property”, we delve into the basics of understanding what is deemed separate property by the Courts. As a debrief, a spouse’s separate property consists of the following: the property owned or claimed by the spouse before marriage; the property acquired by the spouse during marriage by gift, devise, […]

Home Appraisal Options During a Divorce Home Appraisal Options During a Divorce

Home Appraisal Options During a Divorce

The truth is, you and your soon-to-be-ex probably won’t ever agree with the valuation of your home completely. You’ve raised your children in this home, cooked meals for the family in this home, and you’ve even marked the wall in the door frame with the growing heights of your children. There is no way that […]