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How Long Will My Texas Divorce Take?

How Long Will My Texas Divorce Take?

It can take months, even years, to make the decision to end your marriage. Once you have made the decision though, you probably want the legal process of divorce to be over as fast as possible. Unfortunately, some divorces take longer to get through than they should....

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Can I Get an Increase in Child Support?

Can I Get an Increase in Child Support?

When the parents of a minor child get divorced or no longer live together, the law in the State of Texas requires both parents to continue to financially support the child. That typically means that one parent is ordered to pay child support to the other parent. If...

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D.B.A. Family Law Section Case Law Update

D.B.A. Family Law Section Case Law Update

TRIAL COURT ERRED IN GRANTING MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL AFTER ENTRY OF DIVORCE DECREE BASED UPON MEDIATED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. In re Willeford, No. 04-20-00495-CV, 2021 WL 356242 (Tex. App.—San Antonio 2021, orig. proceeding) (mem. op.) (02-03-21). Facts: During the...

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What Does It Mean to Have Joint Custody?

What Does It Mean to Have Joint Custody?

When a divorce involves minor children, the issue of custody of those children must be addressed in the divorce. Ideally, the parents can reach an amicable agreement that prevents litigation; however, if an agreement cannot be reached the court will decide the...

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