Fighting Over Custody of Our Dog

Dogs are the animals that people fight over most when going through a divorce. In fact, some 88 percent of custody battles involving pets are over dogs, according to a recent survey of lawyers from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). Ruff! Some states allow pet custody disputes, while others do not recognize the legal standing of pets. This means that in those latter states, … [Read more...]

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...]

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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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Your Options When Your Spouse is Hiding Money during a Divorce Proceeding

It happens far more often than you would think—a husband or wife unilaterally decides to file for divorce, but doesn't tell the spouse right away. Instead, he systematically starts to divert assets so that, when the divorce proceeding finally happens, those assets are nowhere to be found. In some situations,

Potential Pitfalls of Seeking a Modification of Your Texas Divorce Decree

In Texas, as in all states, a divorce order is not necessarily set in stone. There are mechanisms in place that allow you to petition the court to amend the terms of your agreement. It can be a complex process and the courts don't consider such requests lightly. There are also other considerations that should

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