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At Fault Divorce in Texas: Abandonment

At Fault Divorce in Texas: Abandonment

Fault in a Texas Divorce: Abandonment Texas is what’s known as a “no-fault divorce state,” which means that couples get end their marriages without proving that one spouse was at fault for the breakdown of the relationship. Instead, most divorces in Texas are based on...
Does Adultery Play a Role in a Texas Divorce?

Does Adultery Play a Role in a Texas Divorce?

Texas Divorce and Adultery Most Texas divorces are difficult, and every divorce is unique to its own set of circumstances. If your spouse engaged in an affair during your marriage – or during the divorce process itself – it can make an already challenging experience...
Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce in Texas

Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce in Texas

If you’re going through a divorce in Texas, you have questions. Here are some answers to questions we often hear from clients when they first come to see us. For more information, call us today to speak with a Texas divorce attorney.  Texas Family Law is what we do....
Divorce In Houston Texas: An Overview

Divorce In Houston Texas: An Overview

Important Factors to Consider in a Texas Divorce Every divorce proceeds along its own unique path. Some divorcing couples are able to keep things relatively calm and to follow the path they initially set out upon, while others find that their divorce proceedings...
High Asset Divorce: What You Need to Know

High Asset Divorce: What You Need to Know

High-Asset Divorce in Texas: Unique Complications While most Texas divorces are complicated and questions related to finances top tend to top the list of complications, divorces that involve significant assets take things to the next level. Other than issues related...
Texas Divorce:  The Basics

Texas Divorce: The Basics

What You Need to Know Before You Begin the Texas Divorce Process The divorce process is never easy, but there are steps that you can take to better prepare yourself for the difficult path ahead and to help mitigate the hardships involved. While no two divorces are...