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ALIMONY

Yes, it is possible to receive what most folks would call ldquoalimonyrdquo also known as spousal maintenance in Texas. Texas law provides fo ... read more.

 

Domicile Restrictions

A domicile restriction, also known as a geographic restriction or residence restriction, in Texas custody cases refers to a court order that limits ... read more.

 

DOES ADULTERY MATTER?

Adultery can have an impact on divorce proceedings in Texas, but the significance of adultery in a divorce varies depending on the circumstances an ... read more.

 

Grandparents

In Texas, grandparents do have the potential to seek ldquoparental rightsrdquo or even outright custody of children under certain circumstances ... read more.

 

Hearsay

Hearsay in Texas, like in most U.S. jurisdictions, is a legal concept that pertains to the use of out-of-court statements as evidence in court proc ... read more.

 

HIDDEN ASSETS

Hiding assets in a Texas divorce is illegal and unethical. When a couple goes through a divorce in Texas, they are required to disclose all their a ... read more.

 

LIES

During a divorce, emotions can run high, and some individuals may resort to dishonesty or make false statements in an attempt to gain an advantage ... read more.

 

Mediation

Divorce mediation in Texas is a process in which a neutral third party, known as a mediator, helps a divorcing couple reach mutually acceptable agr ... read more.

 

Pension Plans

Dividing pension plans in a Texas divorce involves several steps and considerations. In Texas, retirement benefits, including pension plans, are co ... read more.

 

PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

A prenuptial agreement, often referred to as a ldquoprenuprdquo, can serve several valuable purposes in Texas and can be especially beneficial ... read more.

 

PROTECTIVE ORDERS

Protective orders are court-issued legal orders designed to protect individuals from harm or threats of harm from someone who has been violent or t ... read more.

 

Separate Property

Separate property in Texas refers to property and assets that are not considered community property and is not subject to division in a divorce. Te ... read more.

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