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Should I wait to marry after divorce?

After your marriage goes sour, you may be anxious to move forward. Divorce is never easy. When bringing a new relationship into the mix, things can get even more complicated. If the ink is not quite dry on your divorce papers, ask yourself a few questions before you...

What makes military divorce different?

The process of getting a divorce can be confusing and complex, especially when one or both spouses are active-duty military personnel, reservists or members of the National Guard. Therefore, federal law and the state of Texas have specific processes, procedures and...

Child support payment options in Texas

Whether you are approaching the end of your marriage or you have already finished the divorce process, it is important to take a close look at child support if you have to pay support as a non-custodial parent. Many parents have support automatically withheld by their...

How does a high-conflict divorce affect kids?

When your Texas marriage ends, there may be hurt feelings on both sides. If the marriage ended because one of you stepped outside the marriage, things between you may prove especially ugly and acrimonious. However, if the two of you share children together, it may...

How to handle home equity in a divorce

When you work your way through a Texas divorce, you want to make sure to consider all assets so that you increase the chances of receiving your fair share. For many former couples, the equity they have in their shared home is among their most valuable assets. For this...

Where do I file for divorce?

As a member of the military or the spouse of a member of the military, a divorce can be tricky. You may move often or not live in the area in which you wish to make your home after ending your marriage. This can lead to confusion about where you should file for...