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Helpful Articles About Family Law

Why must I wait 60 days to get my divorce?

Great Question! Divorce is often a challenging and emotional process for all involved. In Texas, the law mandates a 60-day waiting period from the date a divorce petition is filed before the divorce can be finalized. This waiting period can be a source of frustration for many who are eager to move on with their lives. However, it

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How much weight should I give an Attorney’s Google Reviews?

When facing a family law issue, such as divorce, child custody, or alimony disputes, selecting the right attorney can significantly impact the outcome of your case. In the digital age, one of the first steps many people take when searching for legal representation is to look up attorneys on Google and check their reviews. However, how much weight

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Flat Fee Retainer or Hourly Rate Retainer?

When dealing with Divorce or other family law matters in Texas, one of the primary considerations is the type of fee structure that an attorney uses. The two most common billing methods are flat fee contracts and hourly rate contracts. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, which can significantly impact both the client and the attorney. This

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How can I keep a divorce uncontested and out of court?

Divorce is a challenging and emotional process, especially when children are involved. In Texas, as in many other states, keeping a divorce uncontested and out of court can significantly reduce the emotional and financial strain on all parties involved. Here are some key strategies to achieve an uncontested divorce with children in Texas. Regular Meetings: Schedule regular meetings

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Understanding Child Custody Litigation in Texas

While I can offer general advice and strategies, it’s important to note that winning primary custody of children in a Texas divorce court is a complex legal matter that varies case by case. It involves various legal considerations, including the best interests of the child, the ability of each parent to provide a stable environment, and other relevant

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