Divorce

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Possible Child Custody Arrangements After Your Divorce

Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

 Child custody arrangements are one of the most nerve-wracking court decisions you’d ever have to anticipate as a parent in a Texas Family Court. Most of the parents who approach Texas family law attorneys have this as their biggest concern regarding their divorce. Parents are also aware that the divorce can have a huge impact on their child’s life. In fact, the impact could be greater on the children. Child custody is one of the subjects parents have the most questions about. Possession Vs. Custody Despite this being, not a legal term, parents usually refer to their ‘possession’ issues as ‘custody’ concerns. Parents, who approach family law attorneys in Texas usually ask along the lines of ‘Can I get sole custody of my child?’ Most parents who ask this question do not trust their spouse to be a good parent to their children after the divorce. They also tend to ask more questions and seek more information about split child custody. A lot of parents get shocked at the fact that in the legal world, ‘child custody’ doesn’t exist. Child custody arrangements are in fact conservatorship arrangements in the state of Texas. Conservatorship is governed by Texas state laws regarding […]

How To Start Your Divorce in a Texas Family Court

How to Start a Divorce in Texas

  When you are trying to file for divorce in a Texas Family court, for sure there will be a lot of things that you would be considering. You will be anxious about what you need to do before you divorce your spouse and how you should prepare for it. Even if you know exactly how to prepare for your divorce, it can be tough if you don’t know how to start the process exactly. You will also be considering many things aside from the first steps you will have to take when you file for divorce in a Texas Family Court. Your primary concern will likely be how your children will be affected by the divorce. Your second major concern would be how the divorce could affect your financial status. We understand because this is what most (if not all) people considering a divorce are thinking about.   Goals To Get Through The Overwhelming Threat of Divorce   Even considering filing for divorce in a Texas family court can be overwhelming. The things that come with the divorce case will be mind-blowing as well. Before you tackle a divorce in a Texas family court, you need to be prepared. […]

Divorce Tips for Business Owners in Texas

Divorce Tips for Business Owners in Texas

Divorce tips for business owners can come in handy when you are a business owner undergoing a divorce. Divorce will never be an easy process. There would be conflict from any angle you look from. Divorce is also life-changing. It can literally change your life the moment the Final Order is released by the court. The problem is, there are not a lot of helpful information available. If you are a business owner, you could be worrying about how the divorce can impact your business. It can also be worrisome to think about how your business can impact your divorce proceedings. This is why we came up with these divorce tips for business owners to help you out.     When a Business Owner Goes Through a Divorce   Most business owners have worked all their life to make their business prosper. Since it’s something you’ve dedicated most of your life to, it’s understandable for you to be worried that the divorce might cause all that you’ve worked hard for to crumble down. Divorce means disaster for your family. You wouldn’t want it to unless chaos for your business as well. When all information you have are hearsay, you can’t […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Void Marriage in Texas

Frequently Asked Questions About Void Marriages in Texas

Void marriage in Texas is one of the topics we get asked about pretty often. If you have questions about void marriage in Texas, you can check out the ones we listed below for more information. We hope that this will help you have a better understanding of how and when a marriage is considered void in the state of Texas. Of course, there could be different circumstances surrounding your case which could have a huge impact on your case. Keep in mind that the questions and answers we included on this page are general ones, and you should talk to an attorney to get more specific information about your case.   What is considered a void marriage?   A void marriage in Texas is a marriage that is considered unlawful and invalid in the state. It is considered invalid from the onset of the marriage.   How is Void Marriage different from a voidable marriage?   Void marriage in Texas is something that never existed in the first place. A voidable marriage, on the other hand, is something that exists until the court annuls it.   What is the difference between a void marriage and a divorce?   A […]