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legal separation in texas

Legal Separation in Texas

In many states, legal separation is an intermediate step that couples will take when they are considering or awaiting a divorce. The couple would still be legally married, but they would live separate lives pursuant to a court-ordered agreement. They may have reasons for wanting to stay married, such as qualifying for certain benefits or…

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Fighting Against False Accusations in a Divorce

Fighting Against False Accusations in a Divorce

In some divorces, people will do or say anything to gain an advantage, including making false accusations against the other spouse. These can be difficult to counter if you’re on the receiving end of these accusations because you will likely have to answer them in some way. If not, you may face consequences of your…

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divorce vs annulment

Divorce vs. Annulment

When you are facing the end of a marriage, most often you would get divorced. This is the usual process of legally ending a marriage. There are some special and uncommon facts that could allow a marriage to be erased without having to go through a divorce through a process known as an annulment. It…

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Tips for getting through a divorce emotionally

Tips for Getting Through a Divorce Emotionally

The actual details of your divorce, while they are a large part of what you are going through, are far from everything. Divorce is often referred to as the most traumatic thing that someone can go through besides dealing with the death of a loved one. How you get through the process can determine what…

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Protecting Investment Accounts in a Divorce

Protecting Investment Accounts in a Divorce

When you are involved in a divorce, you have several financial worries. Besides worrying about money (both today and in the future), you are also concerned with the actual division of your assets. In some contentious divorces, you may need to take steps to protect yourself when you are worried about how your spouse may…

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How to File for Divorce in Texas

How to File for Divorce in Texas

Filing for divorce can be a complex process in Texas, even if the divorce is uncontested. There is paperwork that must be done correctly in order to avoid delays. The process can become more complicated when the two parties do not agree on key financial or custody issues. The First Step Is Hiring a Family…

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