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April 29, 2016

5 Ways Facebook Can Affect Your Divorce

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With increasing frequency, social media is playing an active role in people’s divorces. While most people post photos, comments and status updates and then never give them a second thought, these things don’t go away, and in a divorce they can have real impacts months – or even years – down the road.

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce

April 25, 2016

Understanding the Guardianship Application Process

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In Texas, guardianship gives one person the legal authority to make daily living decisions and/or manage the financial affairs of another person (called a “ward”) who, due to an incapacitating disability, disease or injury, is unable to make important decisions on his or her own. We have previously discussed some tips for seeking guardianship, and in this article we provide an overview of the guardianship application process.

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Categories: Guardianship

April 22, 2016

How Can I Protect My Property While My Divorce is Pending?

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For individuals who are preparing to go through a divorce, especially those in deeply-strained relationships, it is natural to wonder what options are available for protecting your property. From a legal perspective, a divorce is largely about ensuring a fair distribution of the divorcing spouses’ marital assets; but, how do you make sure that you still have assets available to be fairly distributed?

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce

April 15, 2016

My Spouse Filed for Divorce, Now What?

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If your spouse just filed for divorce, there are a few important things you need to understand right away. This article provides an overview of what you can expect over the coming days, weeks and months, but to protect your rights, it is important that you seek advice from an experienced divorce attorney as soon as possible.

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce


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