Daily Archives: May 14, 2021

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When push comes to shove, and both of you are not having it, divorce might be the answer. There’s no more sugarcoating to the fact that life is constantly changing and the same goes with your partner. Yes, you may have initially thought that you see things eye to eye and respect differences if not but some people are not just tolerant or resilient when it comes to fixing things or accepting it.  Some people need space apart to thrive, and that may mean full separation especially if the relationship is riddled with lies, abusive behavior, and intolerable behavior. But […]

Dealing with High Net-Worth Divorces

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Despite the rising number of women in the workplace, there are still many married couples that choose to have one parent staying with the children. It is not an easy sacrifice to make, and in case there is a divorce, one parent may be placed at a disadvantage. Alimony in Texas Alimony, or spousal support, or maintenance is a court-ordered provision for support for a spouse. It is different from child support. This is a separate obligation altogether. To address the question, yes it is possible to obtain alimony during the divorce proceedings. Texas courts would often grant temporary alimony. […]

Obtaining Alimony While Divorce is Pending, Possible?

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When you go through a divorce, one of the things you might have to worry about would be how you divide your property. Your house would be one of those things. Now, if the house you’re both staying in was bought before you were married, chances are it’s under the name of whoever bought it. That won’t pose much of a problem. But if the ownership of the house is shared, then that’s where things might get a little tougher to sort out. This is especially true if you’re dividing the property amongst yourselves. If you’re looking for ways to […]

House: Appraise, Sell, or Keep after divorce

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When will you need an enforcement suit? For family law cases in Texas, there are two ways to end a case. One is to settle your case through negotiations with the other party, and the other option is to go on a trial in court wherein a judge can make the decisions for you. Either way, you will receive a Final Order. Whether you like it or not, as soon as this rolls out, it would serve as your map where rules are concerned regarding your relationship with your child. There are some cases where a parent is extremely dissatisfied […]

An Overview of Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law

Sometimes, relationships don’t end up going the way we wanted them to. No matter how hard we try, it just seems like things don’t ever seem to work out. It’s at that point that one might find themselves figuring out what to do next. Some people consider separating, others consider getting a divorce, or even a dissolution of their marriage. But, for a person in this situation, what do all these things even mean? Fortunately, it’s less complicated than it sounds. Divorce and Dissolution You might have heard the word divorce thrown around a lot. So much so that you […]

What You Need to Know About Divorce, Dissolution, and Separation

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The Meitiv family in Montgomery County is being investigated for neglect of their children after allowing their 6 and 10 year old children walk home about a mile from the park to their home. What the parents call free-range parenting and lessons on independence, the Montgomery County Child Protective Services call neglect – in Maryland, state law requires that a child under 8 years old be accompanied or supervised by someone of at least 13 years of age in dwellings, enclosures and vehicles. The parents say that this law does not apply to their children as the children were walking […]

Risks of “Free-Range” Parenting