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The Five-Steps to Divorce

Divorces are hard. They're emotionally draining, stressful, and can be a very uncertain time for anyone going through one. They're also complicated.  While we can't help with the emotional aspect, we can help by giving you as much information as possible to give you a better understanding of how it works and what to expect. That's why we created this free guide, the Five Steps to Divorce.

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Texas Family Law Jury Trials

Jury trials are not overly common in family law and an attorney with experience trying cases in front of juries can use this to their advantage. Fortunately, the attorneys at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC have decades of experience trying family law cases. Take a look at the resources below to learn more about family law jury trials and why you might request one.

Parental Alienation The Cloud of Conflict

Your Guide to Combating Parental Alienation

What are the signs of parental alienation? How do you prove parental alienation in court? How do you help repair your relationship with your child after they've been subjected to parental alienation? All these questions and more are answered in our guide.


Top 5 Property Division F.A.Q.’s and Answers

The Ultimate Guide to Martial Property Division

Going through a divorce is incredibly heart wrenching, and after filing, you start to wonder, if you haven't already, how your marital property will be divided between you and your spouse. We created this guide to provide an overview of how property may be divided by a court in a divorce and how you can prepare yourself to help achieve a reasonable outcome in your divorce.

Top 5 Reasons Most Texas Lawyers Dont Like Jury Trials

The Ultimate Guide to Texas Family Law Jury Trials

Jury trials are not overly common in family law and an attorney with experience trying cases in front of juries can use this to their advantage. Fortunately, the attorneys at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC have decades of experience trying family law cases. Take a look at the resources below to learn more about family law jury trials and why you might request one.

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