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  • There Are Alternatives to Monthly Spousal Support Payments
    There Are Alternatives to Monthly Spousal Support Payments

    In the State of Texas, alimony (called spousal maintenance in Texas) is a payment system that is intended to help offset one spouse’s divorce-based financial setback. As such, if you have the ...

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  • Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney During a Consultation
    Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney During a Consultation

    If you are considering filing for divorce or have already initiated the divorce process, you probably have lots of questions on your mind. Many people have tons of questions about the divorce process ...

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  • Pro Se Divorce in Texas: Rarely a Good Idea
    Pro Se Divorce in Texas: Rarely a Good Idea

    When you represent yourself in court in a legal matter, you are said to be representing yourself pro se - Latin for "for oneself. While there is absolutely no legal requirement that you hire a divorce ...

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  • The Uncontested Divorce Process in Texas
    The Uncontested Divorce Process in Texas

    Contrary to popular belief, not every divorce is a knock-down-drag-out affair. In fact, many divorces in the state of Texas are uncontested divorces, which means that they do not go to trial. This is ...

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  • At What Age Can a Child Decide Which Parent to Live With?
    At What Age Can a Child Decide Which Parent to Live With?

    Many divorced and divorcing parents wonder if there is a magic age at which children are allowed to decide which parent they want to live with. The fact is that, in the State of Texas, that magic age ...

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  • 4 Things You Should Know if You Are Filing for Divorce in Texas
    4 Things You Should Know if You Are Filing for Divorce in Texas

    Divorce is the dissolution of a legal contract, but it is also a difficult emotional hurdle. Your divorce will be singular to you and your situation, but there are 4 important basics that it is ...

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