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How To Divorce Fast in Texas

How To Divorce Fast in Texas

Divorcing is hard. It’s one of the hardest things you’ll ever go through. And it’s not just the divorce itself that’s hard. It’s the aftermath, the picking up of the pieces and trying to rebuild…

What is a Tortious Act in Divorce?

What is a Tortious Act in a Texas Divorce?

Divorce is a difficult process, both emotionally and legally. It can be very costly, and it can take a long time to recover from. For most people divorce is usually the last resort when they’re…

Custody Battles

Custody Battles: 10 Things That Can Sabotage Your Case

Besides taking a toll on your mental and physical health, the whole divorce process will also pinch your pockets. With custody battles and the fight for the right to be with your child also in…

2023 Divorce Settlement Checklist

Your 2023 Divorce Settlement Checklist (Everything You Should Do)

No one enters into a marriage expecting it to end in divorce. But alas, sometimes it does. If you find yourself in this position, there are certain things you need to do to protect yourself…

Why Do Narcissists Drag Out Divorce

Why Do Narcissists Drag Out Divorce

One of the most difficult things about divorcing a narcissist is that they will do anything to drag the process out and make you suffer. They will gaslight you, play mind games, and try to…

How Long Does Divorce Take After Mediation In Texas?

How Long Does Divorce Take After Mediation In Texas?

If you are going through a divorce in Texas, you may be wondering how long the process will take. If you and your spouse are able to reach an agreement on child custody and other…

Why Would You Get A Legal Separation Instead Of Divorce?

Why Would You Get A Legal Separation Instead Of Divorce?

You may have heard that one in three marriages fail. This may not be an accurate claim. But, according to the American Psychological Association(APA), 50% of marriages do end in divorce. But why would you…

The Effect of Infidelity on a Divorce

The Effect of Infidelity on a Divorce

More than 90 percent of Americans believe infidelity is immoral. Yet, infidelity is one of the most common grounds for divorce. The legal implications of infidelity are not always straightforward and depend on the situation….

Should I File the Divorce First?

Does It Matter Who Files For Divorce First?

When a marriage hits a dead end, divorce might be the most overwhelming but only option toward a happier future. The next logical question that comes to the mind is, “Does it matter who files…

Texas Divorce Law Updated For 2022

Texas Divorce Law Updated For 2022

Divorces are unfortunate, yet inevitable in many cases. Divorce laws and regulations can catch you off guard if you are not well versed with them. While there’s a strong social and emotional aspect to getting…