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  • Navigating Your Way Through the Holidays During or Right After a Divorce
    Navigating Your Way Through the Holidays During or Right After a Divorce

    The holidays beginning from Thanksgiving through the New Year can often be fraught with loneliness, depression and stress if you are in the midst of a divorce . For most this season is a time for ...

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  • Is South Asian Jewelry Community Property?
    Is South Asian Jewelry Community Property?

    This is a complex question with no clear cut answer. However, there are a multitude of factors to consider. On the date of marriage or immediately prior to the marriage gold or “gem” jewelry is often ...

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  • Support for a Minor or Adult Child With Disability in Texas (TFC 154.301)
    Support for a Minor or Adult Child With Disability in Texas (TFC 154.301)

    Texas courts may order either or both parents to provide support for a child for an “indefinite period” if the child requires substantial care and personal supervision because of a mental or physical ...

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  • On a tight Budget, minimize your costs in a Texas Divorce
    On a tight Budget, minimize your costs in a Texas Divorce

    Often times in a consult, a potential client will confess he or she is experiencing financial hardship and cannot afford a divorce . Both contested and uncontested divorces are costly. However, you ...

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  • Come Prepared for your First Consult with a Divorce Attorney
    Come Prepared for your First Consult with a Divorce Attorney

    If you call to schedule an appointment with an attorney for a divorce consultation, it is critical to know where to start and what information or documentation to bring with you. Basic background ...

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  • Changes to Texas Child support Guidelines and what it may mean for you?
    Changes to Texas Child support Guidelines and what it may mean for you?

    CHANGES TO TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES AND WHAT IT MAY MEAN FOR YOU? Beginning September 1, 2013, in Texas there will be an increase to the cap for calculating child support. The current cap for ...

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