Divorce vs. Graduation: Don’t Let Legal Battles Interfere with Your Child’s Enjoyment of Graduation!

As we near graduation season, some might wonder how they can bear to be around the person they are divorcing or divorced from.  Don’t let legal squabbles spoil this important milestone for your child. Now is an important time to draw your graduating children a little closer. Things are coming…

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The Benefits of Being Bilingual

We here at the Kalish Law Office are well aware of the wonderful benefits of being bilingual. With a majority of the staff being both Spanish and English speakers, we cater to a wider variety of clients. In this globally connected era, it’s important to be able to connect with…

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Bringing Sexual Abuse to Light

Abuse should not be taken lightly. With the conviction and imprisonment of Larry Nassar, we see actual consequences being served for those who have participated in these despicable actions. To our readers who have experienced sexual assault/abuse, we hope you are able to work and move past your trauma. We…

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When Emotions are Involved, there are no “Easy Cases”

There are no easy cases really. Sure some cases are less complicated legally but there is always an emotional factor. Whether you are going through a divorce which seems simple or going to court for a probate matter in which a loved one died, you should be prepared to feel…

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Should I Sign This?

We get a lot of inquiries from potential clients wondering if they should sign a document.   The most common documents in question are “Waivers of citation”, Final Divorce Decrees, Settlement offers, Paperwork in Attorney General Child Support Cases, leases, modifications of contracts and sales agreements. First of all, if…

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How Your Culture Affects Your Divorce

Marriage and divorce statistics vary by ethnic culture. Your “culture” can also be your religion, workplace, family, neighborhood, or group of close friends. Not surprisingly, many cultural groups disapprove of divorce.  Some may even blame both participants, no matter what the circumstances.  If you are in a culture that frowns…

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When can you Finalize your Texas Divorce?

Once the decision is made to divorce, one or both parties may be in a hurry to complete the process.   However, there is a sixty day “cooling off” period in Texas. This means that generally a divorce case will need to be on file for at least 60 days…

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