It's natural to find it difficult to move on. Especially from something you thought would last. However hard it may be, we must find the strength to keep moving forward. Sometimes, things in our life are out of our control. Life will keep going regardless of this fact. If we choose to stay stagnant in a fast-paced world, we may find ourselves forever stuck in the past, specters haunting what we … [Read more...] about Moving On After a Traumatic Life Event
If you are getting a divorce in Texas and you have children, you may want to take a trip with your children during the time the divorce is pending. Are you allowed to do it? Well, the first question to ask yourself is whether you are under any court orders. If so, then check them to see if you have any travel restrictions. Be aware that just because you haven't actually been to court … [Read more...] about Can I Travel With My Children While Getting a Divorce?
There is a lot of confusion about the term "uncontested divorce". "Uncontested divorce" is sometimes used to mean "a divorce that has an agreement at the end of it, rather than a trial". In that sense, it is used to mean a "cooperative divorce". However, just because there isn't a trial, that does not mean that the divorce is uncontested. "Uncontested divorce" can also be used by some … [Read more...] about Uncontested Divorce… or Not?
Can you? Yes. But should you? Probably not. At least not without some preparation. Here are some things you should know if you are thinking about buying a house before your divorce is final. Texas is a community property state. There is not a "legal separation" in Texas. So, you can't just assume that you are "on your own" and the new home will be your separate property. When a … [Read more...] about Can you buy a House While you are Going through a Divorce in Texas?
If you are thinking of separating from your spouse.. here are some things a Texas family law attorney wants you to know... There is no "legal separation" in Texas. Here in Texas, you can't file a family law case and ask to be granted a "legal separation". You can, however, file for divorce and ask for "Temporary Orders" which are court orders that are in effect from the time you … [Read more...] about Thinking of a Separation? Here are some tips…