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    • Not All Divorces are Created Equal

      Not only aren’t all divorces created equally, every single divorce is unique unto its own circumstances and is as personal and individual as the two spouses involved. Nonetheless, there are distinct ...

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    • What NOT to Say to Kids About Your Divorce

      Divorce is always hard—always. If kids are involved, it becomes that much more difficult. Divorce isn’t just difficult, however, it’s also an emotional minefield that’s littered with a lot of stress. ...

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    • Three Things You Didn't Know About Divorce in Texas

      When it comes to divorce, there are very few certainties. There is, however, one constant: divorce is always difficult. As such, there are three facts associated with Texas divorce that are useful to ...

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    • Making Your Parenting Schedule Work for You

      Divorce is a journey through one complicated issue after another, but the issue that’s often most complicated and emotionally charged is child custody. When both of you have hectic work schedules, ...

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    • What Kinds of Changes Justify a Modification to a Parenting Plan?

      Whenever there are children involved in a divorce in Texas, the court issues an order governing custody—known in Texas as conservatorship—and visitation. Together, this is known as a parenting plan. ...

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    • Child Custody Is Too Important to Leave to Chance

      When children are involved in a divorce, maintaining a relationship with the children is among the most important goals of both spouses, if not the most important goal. Whatever differences a couple ...

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    • Marital Misconduct – FAQ

      Q. What is marital misconduct? A. When you file for divorce you have the option to cite certain misconduct on the part of your spouse. Some examples of marital misconduct can include; adultery, ...

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    • What Is Marital Misconduct and Will It Affect My Divorce?

      Texas law allows you to file for divorce and claim no fault on the part of either spouse. However, you also have the option to file for divorce and cite certain misconduct on the part of your spouse, ...

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