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The world is currently being taken over by a pandemic known as the novel coronavirus, also known as Covid-19. After a few months, the virus has spread practically all over the world. People are scrambling, trying to figure out how to deal with this new and never-before-seen type of coronavirus. While scientists are still trying to find a cure for the virus, we should not panic. There are still ways to protect yourself from the virus and avoid contracting it. The Current Situation in Texas and US As of March 14, the number of coronavirus cases in the US has […]

Protecting Your Family from COVID-19



Disagreements are a normal part of any relationship. These disagreements can take several forms, one of which would be through arguments. While arguments are also a normal occurrence in relationships, sometimes they are not tolerable. Violence as a result of an argument would happen to be a perfect example of that. Violence has no place in any family, let alone any relationship. Fortunately, the state of Texas has measures to protect individuals from any harm that would befall them. This may be due to a violent spouse or family member. One such way this is done is through protective orders. […]

What to Do When Violence Occurs in the Family


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Divorce is one of the most painful situations an individual can face no matter the circumstance. Going through divorce is one thing but preparing financially for a divorce  is another thing and it should not be overlooked especially if your relationship is on the rocks. Keep an open mind. Planning ahead enables you to make sound and clear decisions on a lot of matters and this practice can be the start of preparing for your life post-divorce. General Tips on How to Prepare Financially for a Divorce in Texas Keep track of your expenses If you are not the person […]

How to Prepare Financially for a Divorce   Recently updated !



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It is a parent’s obligation to help raise and take care of their children. This obligation does not stop even if you are divorced. Non-custodial parents pay child support as an obligation. If you are such, until when are you required to pay child support? When can you stop? If you’d like to know, then continue reading. The Usual Circumstances In most states, you can stop paying for child support when your child turns 18 or graduate high school. When whichever of these two happens first, you can then stop paying for child support. Though some states require the child […]

How Long are You Required to Pay Child Support   Recently updated !


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Picture this. You just bought a new car. You’ve been saving up for this for the past year or two and you finally bought it. But then after a few months, you come home to find out that your car’s gone. Apparently, your spouse decided it was a good idea to sell it. What do you do now? Well, if you find yourself in this situation or just want to know if this is allowed to happen, keep reading. What Do You Own? Before we get to the specifics of whether or not what you own can be sold without […]

Can My Spouse Sell Our Common Property Without My Consent?   Recently updated !



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Life is unpredictable. Things can happen and make things more complicated. One of those unexpected things would be your spouse passing away in the middle of your divorce proceedings. As much as no one wants this to happen and as much as this might sound a little far-fetched, it’s not impossible. In case you’re afraid this might happen, continue reading on to find out what happens to your divorce in the event of your spouse’s untimely death. The Divorce Proceedings Of course, the first thing that might come into mind would be what happens to your divorce proceedings. In the […]

Death of a Spouse While Divorce is Pending   Recently updated !


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As much as separation seemed to be unavoidable in typical marriages these days, the same goes to military couples or those who have spouses who are on duty to protect the nation. Divorce between a person in uniform and his spouse have a pretty much the same procedure as the others. In the military, divorce is considered to be a personal issue and thus leaves the matter to the civilian court. However, there are some considerations to be done when it comes to military divorce. There are laws protecting both the military person and his or her spouse during and […]

Everything You Need to Know about Military Divorce