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  • Take Precautions to Protect Your Health during Divorce
    Take Precautions to Protect Your Health during Divorce

    You recognize that your divorce will directly affect your future and will establish your financial and parental rights, but you may not realize the profound effects divorce can have on your health. In ...

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  • Texas Divorce: Questions You Should Be Asking about Child Custody
    Texas Divorce: Questions You Should Be Asking about Child Custody

    If you are facing a divorce, you naturally have questions about child custody, but you may not know where to start. There are, however, some basic first questions you should ask your experienced ...

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  • Maximizing Your Home Sale Profits after Divorce
    Maximizing Your Home Sale Profits after Divorce

    Divorce is the dissolution of a legal contract, and the process consists of seemingly endless details. Some of the most significant divorce details include tax implications, which should receive the ...

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  • Is Your Divorce High Conflict?
    Is Your Divorce High Conflict?

    Divorce is difficult no matter how you look at it. While no divorce is a walk in the park, some are more contentious than others, and if yours is heading toward high-conflict territory, it is time to ...

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  • What is the Waiting Period for Divorce in Texas?
    What is the Waiting Period for Divorce in Texas?

    You may know that many states require spouses to wait a mandatory waiting period before they can get a divorce. Texas is one of the many states that impose a waiting period for divorce. In Texas, you ...

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  • What is Community vs. Separate Property in a Texas Divorce?
    What is Community vs. Separate Property in a Texas Divorce?

    The division of property is often the most contentious issue in a divorce. Many property division disputes arise when the spouses cannot agree on what constitutes community and separate property. If ...

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