Setting Yourself Up For Success After Divorce

It’s been said that how you separate and divorce is how you move into the next phase of your life. So, what’s in the way of your experiencing success in your personal and professional life after your divorce?Many times, a divorce can shake the very foundation of a person’s life. Many people are drained, physically, emotionally and spiritually, after a breakup. You need to rebuild. You need to … [Read more...]

Obama Backs Gay Marriage-How Will It Impact the Presidential Race?

President Obama’s announcement on Wednesday that he supports same-sex marriage has, not surprisingly, brought impassioned responses on all sides of the debate. Those who have supported gay rights and same-sex equality, who have been disappointed in what they saw as unfulfilled campaign promises, have a new sense of hope and energy. But conservative Christians, strong in their belief that the Bible … [Read more...]

Superior Personal Service and Commitments

We are result-oriented, and we built our success through dedication and understanding our clients’ needs as well as the law and family law process. Mr. Conner intentionally limits the number of matters he handles at any given time to ensure every client receives the personal attention and dedication they deserve.Our success is predicated on Mr. Conner’s ability to treat every client as if he … [Read more...]

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The Keys to a Successful Stepparent Adoption in Texas

When you've been through a divorce with minor children and you've remarried, there can be a lot of benefits to having your new spouse legally adopt your children. It can allow your new spouse to obtain job-related benefits for your child and can allow your new spouse to make medical, educational and other

Interstate Visitation – Creating a Plan that Works

It's a fairly typical situation in 21st century America—in the aftermath of a divorce, one of the parties relocates to another state, either for a job, to be close to family or simply for a fresh start. If there are minor children involved, though, there can be limitations on moving, particularly for

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