Practical Tips for Recently Divorced Dads

Moving Forward—Practical Tips for Divorced Dads So your marriage has ended and you're a dad with visitation of a small child. It can be easy to sink into depression, anxiety or shame. Here are some ways that you can keep your sanity, develop a good relationship with your children, and keep yourself moving in the right direction. Take the Opportunity to Improve Your Financial Situation If you … [Read more...]

How Can You Make Your Divorce Truly Collaborative?

Steps for Making Your Divorce Truly Collaborative The concept of "collaborative divorce" has gained a much wider acceptance over the last decade, as states across the country have sanctioned the alternative approach to marital dissolution. In a nutshell, collaborative divorce involves an agreement by the parties and their attorneys to resolve all differences without the intervention of the court. … [Read more...]

Texas Child Support Factors

How Child Support is Calculated in Texas In Texas, the court typically orders child support to be paid to the parent who has been granted primary physical custody, what is now known as managing conservatorship. The court may require periodic payments or lump-sum payments, or both. Texas state law identifies the factors to be considered when determining the need for and amount of child support. … [Read more...]

Flight Diverted Due to Child Custody Issue

Officials Divert Flight Due to Child Custody Issue In September, a flight from Dulles International Airport to Beijing was diverted back to its point of departure when FBI officials determined that a child kidnapper was apparently on board, with the child. According to reports, a United Airlines flight containing 180 passengers made it to Canadian airspace before FBI officials issued an order … [Read more...]

Texas Military Divorce Laws

Understanding Military Divorce in Texas If you are an active duty soldier in Texas or are married to someone in the armed forces, and you want to get a divorce, there are some special issues you must address. Protecting the Rights of Military Personnel A federal law, known as the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act, allows a Texas court, at its discretion, to postpone a divorce proceeding for … [Read more...]

Making Your Divorce Less Difficult for Your Children

Steps You Can Take to Minimize the Impact of a Divorce on Your Children Divorce is hard on kids, no matter what you do. Their sense of stability and security can be greatly reduced. While you wouldn’t do things to intentionally cause them additional suffering, there are some basic things you can do to make life easier for them during and after the transition. Avoid Potential Conflict Whenever your … [Read more...]

Can Documents Produced in Mediation Be Used in Litigation?

The Mediation Confidentiality Privilege: How Broad Is It? When you seek to resolve a dispute through mediation, one of the reassurances you will often receive from counsel is that “all mediation communications and documents are privileged.” On its face, this seems to indicate that any documents produced for purposes of the mediation may not be subject to disclosure in subsequent litigation. But … [Read more...]

The Financial Cost of Venting to Your Divorce Attorney

Keeping Your Focus in a Divorce—Don’t Spend Needless Dollars Venting As a general rule, divorce lawyers only get paid one way—for the time they spend to complete your divorce. Some attorneys may charge a flat fee, but even those lawyers will draw the line if you continue to take up their time. When you are in the middle of a divorce, you can feel angry about a lot of things, and your attorney can … [Read more...]

Important Questions to Ask about Whether You Want the House in a Divorce

Saber qué quiere el Casa en un divorcio Aunque el divorcio puede sentirse a veces como la guerra, it’s not supposed to be a competition, with a winner and a loser. Unfortunately, many parties treat it that way, particularly with respect to property. The perception is often that the party who takes home the most property is the winner, y que premio se concede habitualmente a la persona que mantiene el civil … [Read more...]

Managing Your Emotions During a Divorce Proceeding

Mantener sus emociones de descarrilamiento Usted durante un divorcio El divorcio ha sido llamada "la muerte en vida." Usted tiene muchas de las consecuencias que habría tenido, had your spouse passed away. But they’re not gone. In fact, for many, you have regular contact with them, as you shuttle minor children back and forth between custodial and non-custodial parents. Las emociones que experimenta durante una … [Read more...]

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Does Texas Recognize Legal Separation?

Que puede estar teniendo problemas maritales,,en,y siente que necesita un tiempo separados,,en,pero usted no está listo para dejarlo todo,,en,Tal vez usted ha oído hablar del concepto de separación legal,,en,pero usted no sabe lo que significa y cómo se diferencia de divorcio,,en,a diferencia de la mayoría de otros estados,,en,Texas no reconoce la separación legal,,en,Si vive separado por un período de tiempo,,en,que puede ser motivo de un divorcio que tuvo la culpa,,en,pero es importante entender que,,en, and feel like you need some time apart, pero usted no está listo para dejarlo todo,,en,Tal vez usted ha oído hablar del concepto de separación legal,,en,pero usted no sabe lo que significa y cómo se diferencia de divorcio,,en,que puede ser motivo de una,,en. Maybe you've heard of the concept of legal separation, but you don't know what it means and how it differs from divorce. Unfortunately, unlike most other states, Texas does not recognize

Las leyes de propiedad comunitaria en Texas,en

Una de las tareas más difíciles que enfrentan durante el proceso de divorcio es dividir los activos y las deudas acumuladas o contraídas durante el matrimonio,,en,En muchos estados,,en,que siguen el principio de,,en,distribución equitativa,,en,el tribunal tiene que tratar de hacer una determinación de lo que es,,en,justa,,en,a menudo teniendo en consideración una amplia gama de factores,,en,incluyendo cuánto tiempo se casaron los partidos,,en,la edad y la salud de las partes,,en,sus respectivas perspectivas de ser autosuficiente,,en. In many states, which follow the principle of "equitable distribution," the court has to try to make a determination of what's "fair," often taking into a

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