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5 divorce myths you should stop believing

There are a lot of myths about relationships, marriages, and divorces out there. You read and hear a lot of misguided and untrue things online and from your friends. If you believe these myths, you might make some mistakes as you and your spouse end your marriage. 

Difference between uncontested and contested divorce in Texas

As if divorce is not complicated enough, legal jargon can make it even more confusing. You may have heard of the terms uncontested and contested divorce but are not sure of what they mean and how they apply to you. Understanding the difference between the two can help you determine which approach is best for your situation.

Tips for co-parents figuring out vacation time

Divorce can happen to any married couple. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, both men and women are most likely to get divorced in the 30 to 44 age group. Many couples in this age range have children, and determining child custody is another wrinkle in a complicated legal matter.

Top 3 tips for helping your children cope with divorce

It is no shock that your divorce is going to be difficult for your children. This is never an easy thing to discuss or experience. When children see their parents fight and separate, it affects them deeply. While this is unavoidable, there are things you can do to help your kids through this hard time.

Understand the division of pension for divorce in Texas

Property and asset division is different in a divorce, depending upon which state the proceedings take place. With Texas being a community property state, the courts split most property acquired during the marriage between both parties. It is important to understand this concept and how it applies to your pension in the case of divorce.

How to file for a child custody modification

If you are divorced with kids, negotiating custody is often one of the most stressful prospects to deal with. It is ideal that both parents be equally involved in a child’s life, but schedules, living arrangements and other obligations often complicate the matter. A custody agreement is drafted based on the circumstances of each parent. What happens, though, when these circumstances happen to change?

3 ways to reconnect with your child after separation

Child custody disputes are known to be traumatic for kids, but they are often just as stressful for the adults involved. This is especially true for parents who may not receive primary custody and then find themselves unable to see their kids regularly—or even at all. This is not as uncommon as you might think, but even if you have not seen your child in years, it is not too late to reconnect with them.

What does equitable distribution in a Texas divorce mean?

Dividing property in a Texas divorce is as not as easy as splitting everything in half in equal shares for each spouse, as is done in some states. Although Texas is a community property state, it follows equitable distribution when it comes to asset division upon divorce.

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