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  • Do We Need a Divorce Lawyer if My Spouse and I Agree on Everything?
    Do We Need a Divorce Lawyer if My Spouse and I Agree on Everything?

    While you are not legally required to get a divorce lawyer when going through a divorce in Texas, you can greatly benefit from having a skilled lawyer on your side. There is a common misconception ...

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  • Prenuptial Agreements: Not What You May Think
    Prenuptial Agreements: Not What You May Think

    When you marry, your thoughts are not on divorce, and thinking of divorce in the buildup to a marriage feels wrong, which is only one of the reasons that prenuptial agreements have a bad reputation. ...

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  • What Evidence Do You Need for Your Contested Divorce in Texas?
    What Evidence Do You Need for Your Contested Divorce in Texas?

    If you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse cannot reach an agreement on one or several issues related to the dissolution of your marriage, you most likely need to pursue a contested divorce in Texas. It ...

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  • Traveling out of State with Your Kids this Summer
    Traveling out of State with Your Kids this Summer

    Summer is heating up in every way that it is possible to do so, and you may be thinking of a getaway with your kids. Whether you have plans to hit a water park, visit far-flung family members, explore ...

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  • Controlling the Cost of Your Divorce
    Controlling the Cost of Your Divorce

    Divorce is many things. Many would describe it as an emotional rollercoaster, and it is also the dissolution of an important legal contract. Another factor that many people associate with divorce is ...

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  • How to Serve Divorce Papers if My Spouse Cannot Be Found or Located?
    How to Serve Divorce Papers if My Spouse Cannot Be Found or Located?

    As you may know, serving a copy of the Original Petition for Divorce to the Respondent is a mandatory part of the divorce process in Texas. If your spouse is not served, you cannot move forward with ...

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