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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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  • How Cryptocurrency Is Handled in Divorce
    How Cryptocurrency Is Handled in Divorce

    An important element of every divorce is the division of marital property. In fact, this division can quickly become a sticking point. In the State of Texas, marital assets are divided in a manner ...

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  • 4 Mistakes that Can Sabotage Your Child Custody Case
    4 Mistakes that Can Sabotage Your Child Custody Case

    If you are facing a child custody case, it is very likely a battle – and because it involves your children, the stakes are extremely high. When it comes to child custody, emotions tend to run ...

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  • What Happens if You Do Not Pay Child Support in Texas?
    What Happens if You Do Not Pay Child Support in Texas?

    If you were ordered to pay child support after a Texas divorce, but you cannot or do not want to continue making payments to the other parent, you may wonder, “What happens if I do not pay?” ...

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  • Is There a Difference Between Divorce and Annulment?
    Is There a Difference Between Divorce and Annulment?

    Both divorce and annulment end the legal contract between you and the other person involved, but they are very different legal tools. The annulment of a marriage is much less common than is divorce, ...

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