Divorces are up in recent months in Texas. What does that say about coronavirus, and how people should divorce in 2020?
Declare your own independence day (and create a new happy life)
Divorce is the route for many to independence. Think about making your own independence day.
What this week’s Supreme Court ruling means for the LGBTQ community
Monday’s Supreme Court decision was a welcome, happy surprise for the LGBTQ community and all of its allies.
How we’re changing things as Texas opens back up: We’re not!
The Law Office of Lisa A. Vance is keeping its policies intact for the time being, even with the state guidelines launched May 1.
Domestic violence and coronavirus in Bexar County: What to know and what to do
Social distancing in the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t mean you have to live with family violence.
Stay home, but don’t stand pat
The stay-at-home order doesn’t mean you need to put your divorce on hold.
How mental health conditions like borderline personality disorder can affect modification orders
We’re still learning about mental health issues, but we know they can have serious impacts on divorce.
Don’t let divorce ruin your Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day can be a tough time for people going through divorce … but it doesn’t have to be.
How expensive is it to divorce in Texas compared to other states?
One of the biggest concerns couples have heading into a divorce in Texas is the cost. While divorce marks the end of a marriage, it’s not just simply just ending a marriage. What happens in a divorce affects a couple, their children, and their money for the...
Is January really “Divorce Month?”
There's a perception out there that after the holidays conclude, with the idea of fresh starts and new beginnings in the air, that there's a rush of unhappy couples to family law offices to initiate divorces. In fact, the perception is that January is "Divorce Month,"...