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Separation And divorce during COVID-19

When a once-loving relationship no longer works, thoughts for one or both spouses often turn to separation or divorce. During the past year, these difficult situations have become even more challenging due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Conflicting reports over whether the...

Co-Parenting: How to put the children first

Divorce often takes a tremendous toll on a family, especially when the couple ending their marriage has children. Regardless of which parent is the managing conservator, Texas courts expect that both parents will continue to be a present and positive force in their...

Divorce during the month of love

Valentine’s Day is supposed to be all about love, romance and happiness. Unfortunately, it can be the opposite for many people when their marriage no longer works. Too often, a once-loving relationship turns to disappointment, sadness and, in many cases, anger. While...

Should I hold off on dating if I am getting divorced?

Going through a divorce can be a devastating experience when dealing with the sadness of ending a once-loving relationship. It can also be an exciting but confusing time when you eagerly anticipate a better life and the beginning of a new and healthy partnership. But...

How to identify signs of parental alienation during divorce

When a spouse exhibits hostile feelings toward their partner, children are often caught in the middle. This can lead to feelings of anger, fear or resentment towards one parent by the children. This is often referred to a parental alienation. Parental alienation is a...

Should You Go it Alone – To Lawyer or Not to Lawyer!

The year 2020 was certainly one for the books!  Now that the holidays are over and we are into 2021, you may be wanting a fresh start.  Is it time to make a transition in your life?  Are you ready for a new beginning?  Before you consider the DIY approach to divorce,...

Options for dividing your home in a Texas divorce

For many people going through a divorce, the family home will be the largest asset divided. While Texas is a community property state, that doesn’t necessarily mean marital property is split evenly. Instead, courts typically distribute assets in a “just and right”...

COVID-19 reveals fractures in many Texas marriages

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on a majority of Americans. Hundreds of thousands have died, and millions more have suffered economic hardship due to job loss and other lost opportunities. While vaccines are being distributed, these impacts of the...

Navigating child custody with a bipolar ex-spouse

You and your spouse have decided to part ways. You want your child to maintain a close relationship with both parents, but you also want to keep your child safe. You’re concerned about how your ex’s bipolar disorder could affect their parenting abilities. Here are...

All I want for Christmas . . .

The year 2020 has delivered many hardships and heartaches.  Whether you have been personally affected by COVID-19 itself (or have a family member or friend who has) or have managed to remain healthy, we have all been affected.  Some have suffered job losses, schools...

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