Si se ha dado cuenta de que necesita un divorcio, es posible que se pregunte si el caso puede continuar mientras Covid-19 está en crisis. La respuesta es sí." Cosas que deben hacerse antes de la presentación de su caso ante la corte En primer lugar, comprenda que hay cosas que deben hacerse antes de la presentación real de los documentos con el Secretario del Distrito, o poco después de que … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Consejo # 19: ¿Es posible proceder con un divorcio durante Covid-19?
(Abra esta publicación para ver el enlace en español.) If you have come to the realization that you need a divorce you may be wondering if the case can proceed while everything is in turmoil from Covid-19. The answer is "yes." Things to be done prior to filing First, of all, understand that there are things that need to be done prior to the actual filing of the papers with the District … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Tip # 19: It is Possible to Proceed With a Divorce During Covid-19?
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 different cultures for innovation and improvement. In this blog post, we will explain just a few of the many benefits of … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Being Bilingual
We are often asked whether there is any advantage to being the first one to file in a Texas divorce case. There are a lot of rumours about this. Take this quiz to see what you know about this subject: 1. TRUE or FALSE The person who files first is the one who gets to stay in the marital home. 2. TRUE or FALSE The person who files first pays the filing fee 3. TRUE or FALSE The … [Read more...] about Does it Matter Which Spouse Files First for Divorce?
If you are getting a divorce and have been told that you must take parenting classes, take this seriously. Once the class is taken, the court will need to be given a certificate of completion that shows your name and when you took the class. Few things are more frustrating than hearing that the judge has declined to grant your divorce because the court does not have the proper proof that … [Read more...] about Parenting Classes During Divorce Important
The pre- 1970 divorce process in the United States was very different from the divorce process today. In the old days, "fault" divorce dictated that divorcing parties have grounds for divorce, which lead to to couples accusing each other publicly of moral turpitude and misconduct, sometimes with no basis in fact. Children also suffered greatly, and any possibility of a civil relationship … [Read more...] about Ways to Handle Divorce are Still Evolving