Family Law Dallas

New Year, Fresh Start: 4 Ways to Take Charge of Your Life After a Divorce

By Admin User / January 18, 2022

Divorce is often viewed as a synonym for loneliness, loss, and failure, but this generalization overlooks the fact that it can also lead to empowerment and growth. If you were in an unhappy marriage for years or even decades, and you finally filed for divorce (or are thinking about it), then let 2022 be the…

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Setting Goals in the Post-Divorce Period

By Admin User / December 28, 2021

Going through a divorce can be a horrendously tumultuous experience, especially for women, on whom the majority of the burden of emotional labor will often fall. It is crucial to remember that the journey will be worth it, that life will be brighter on the other side. Remaining positive can be a difficult path to…

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Divorcing a Cheating Husband

By Admin User / December 14, 2021

Discovering infidelity is devastating. Discovering infidelity in a marital situation is soul-destroying. You have promised eternity to each other, and it was revealed to be a lie. That’s why it’s important to know that you don’t have to stay in a marriage like this. Yes, we are taught that marriage should last a lifetime, and…

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Compromise and Co-Parenting: How to Do It Right

By Admin User / December 7, 2021

You may have found yourself in a situation where you have shared custody of your kids but still can’t bear to be around your ex. You can try and keep contact to a minimum, but conversations and communication are necessary to facilitate the smoothest transition possible for your kids. This can feel near to impossible…

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Signs That You Are in a Toxic Marriage

By Admin User / December 2, 2021

Signs That You Are in a Toxic Marriage Marriage can be magical, an unexplainable union between two people. But, once the lust and excitement wear off, some people find themselves feeling disconnected or even trapped. While a certain degree of difference is to be expected throughout the years of marriage, you can’t lose sight of…

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How to Deal With the Visitation Schedule During Holidays After Divorce

By Admin User / November 29, 2021

A pressing concern for many recently divorced parents is how to handle visitation time during holidays. The obvious solution would be to divide the festivities equally between both parents, but this isn’t always realistic and it’s often tricky to map out a schedule that feels fair to all parties. Not only that, parents often have…

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How to Plan for Divorce as a Woman

By Admin User / October 19, 2021

Divorce is an arduous process regardless of the circumstances we find ourselves in, but we can reduce life’s stress and unpredictability during and after divorce with sufficient planning and preparation. Life can become even more complicated for women, particularly mothers during and after a divorce. So, to make the process a little easier, we compiled…

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Finding Freedom in 2021

By Admin User / January 14, 2021

Just as a new year can be a fresh start, so too can a divorce. Finding freedom from a bad marriage can actually be the beginning of a transition to the life you want to lead, rather than the end. In the past, January was often referred to as the divorce month. Historically, the divorce…

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Barriers to Divorce #4: Financial Security

By Admin User / December 21, 2020

Concern about financial security following divorce is one of the biggest reasons many women stay in a bad marriage. The financial responsibility of maintaining a lifestyle, affording a nice home, and raising then sending kids to college can be daunting, not only for stay-at-home moms but for working women as well. Financial concerns should not…

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Supreme Court of Texas’s Proposed Changes Take Effect January 1

By Admin User / December 16, 2020

If you are considering divorce or some other legal action but planning to wait until the New Year to file, you may want to rethink that decision. The Supreme Court of Texas recently proposed changes to our evidentiary rules that will affect deadlines, expert witness procedures, and more. While the Supreme Court of Texas has not confirmed…

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