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October 2015 Archives

Are there legal requirements for divorcing in Texas?

Nearly every state has specific requirements for filing for a divorce. Obviously the dissolution of a marriage is a significant issue in many ways: legally, socially and even religiously for some people. Because of this, states want to make sure that people cannot simply file for divorce haphazardly and without treating the situation with the severity it deserves. That is why certain requirements must be met in most states before divorce proceedings can continue.

Helping Texas parents with their custodial rights

Texas has two different types of custody arrangements available between divorcing parents: joint managing conservatorship and sole managing conservatorship. These two categories are extremely similar to standard joint custody arrangements and sole custody arrangements, with a joint managing conservatorship seeing parents share in making important decisions such as health care and religious upbringing, and a sole managing conservatorship ensuring that only one parent makes such decision. However, while it can be helpful to understand these different arrangements, it is perhaps more important to understand the factors that go into determining them.

Statistics indicate Texas laws may not prevent divorce

It seems that divorce is always a popular topic of discussion when it comes to families and the state of the family unit in our country currently. You have likely heard the statistic that half of marriages end in divorce, with many claiming that it is for this reason that younger couples should wait longer before tying the knot. There are many factors that could contribute to a divorce, but rushing into things certainly does not seem to help matters.

Legal assistance for Texas military divorces

San Antonio, Texas is the proud home of many military bases, including Randolph Brooks and Fort Sam Houston for example. There are many proud servicemen and servicewomen who call San Antonio their home, and it's possible that some choose to remain in Texas even after they retire from the military. We are proud of our servicemen and women, and that is why we are proud to represent these individuals when they are going through difficult divorces.

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