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Conflict Resolution Through Mediation

In most Texas counties, divorcing couples are required to attend mediation before their case goes to trial. As a result, the mediation process often determines the final details of the divorce.

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‚ÄčAlimony & Spousal Support

When a marriage ends, what new obligations begin? One of the most frequently asked questions in a divorce is whether one party can be ordered to pay alimony to the other.

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Complex Property Valuation and Division

A fair settlement begins with an honest valuation. When determining the financial outcome of your divorce, there are two major facets the court will consider that can have a lasting impact on your finances: valuation and division.

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Business Valuation and Characterization

In a divorce involving assets that include a family-owned business, business assets, stocks, stock options partnership interest or other commercial assets, getting a fair and accurate business valuation is a vital step in safeguarding your interests.

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Child Support Payment and Timing

Child support payment is an issue many going through a divorce struggle with. In the state of Texas, child support may be ordered in three different scenarios.

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Hidden Assets

When going through a divorce, couples undergo a thorough lifestyle analysis. All marital property is taken into account and both individual’s budgets are evaluated to determine what life after divorce might look like.

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Strategies for Co-parenting

Every child is different and will respond differently to the divorce or separation of their parents. And though the impact of a divorce on a child is significant, rest assured, it can be overcome.

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Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce isn’t the same as amicable or uncontested divorce.  Simply put, collaborative divorce allows spouses to work out their own settlement, through their attorneys, without the supervision, delays or constraints associated with going to court.

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Interstate and International Child Custody and Support

Few things can make a parent feel more powerless than having a child relocated to a different state or country. The laws of other states and nations differ from Texas law, and can have an impact on your custody or support arrangement.

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Fathers’ Rights in Texas

Simply put, a father’s right to act as a caring parent does not begin and end with marriage.

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Child Relocation Cases

As our economy changes, more and more parents are faced with the decision of having to relocate across the state or country.

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Proving or disproving drug or alcohol use in court can be a very complex and difficult process that requires experienced trial lawyers familiar with gathering and presenting evidence.

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