family law

Choose a Better Divorce

By Admin User / May 30, 2019

At Alexandra Geczi, PLLC, we believe that there is a better way to divorce, and our team has the experience and dedication to help you find the best way forward. We believe that divorce can be an opportunity to set yourself free and pursue the life you’ve always wanted, and as divorce lawyers, our goal…

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Your Guide to Divorce Planning

By Admin User / May 28, 2019

The dissolution of a marriage doesn’t often happen overnight. It usually begins years earlier. Ironically, brides will spend months, even years, planning their dream wedding, yet a couple rarely gives much thought to planning their “dream divorce.” However, planning for your divorce (a.k.a. marriage exit strategy) can save you thousands of dollars, loads of stress,…

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10 Factors Courts May Look at When Determining Child Custody

By Admin User / January 26, 2018

Clients often ask our Dallas family law firm: “How do I prove to the court that I’m the better parent?” When dealing with child custody issues, I encourage my clients to keep in mind that the court will focus on what’s best for your children, not about which parent “wins” or “loses.” So I would…

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Separating Fact From Fiction: 6 Common Misconceptions About Divorce

By Admin User / January 26, 2018

It seems that most people always have advice for others regarding situations they’ve never been in themselves, and divorce is no exception. If you’re thinking about divorce, or you’re already in the middle of one, then you have probably read and heard things that make you worry. What many fail to realize is that a…

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5 Things to Do to Prepare For a Divorce in the Upcoming Year

By Admin User / January 20, 2018

If your marriage has been an unhappy one for awhile, the coming of the New Year may inspire you to make a positive change. Filing for divorce will cause you to experience a gamut of emotions, from grief and sadness to relief and hope, but once it’s over, you will be able to rebuild and…

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How to Assemble the Best Divorce Team

By Admin User / January 19, 2018

Divorce affects multiple aspects of your life, so it makes sense that you should assemble a team to help you navigate the process and achieve the best results. Ideally, you want team members who can support every aspect of your experience, from the legal to financial elements to the emotional aspect. Each of these categories…

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A New Year, a New You: 4 Ways to Take Charge of Your Life After a Divorce

By Admin User / January 10, 2018

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, then let 2018 be the year that you leave the…

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My Husband Just Filed for Divorce – What Do I Do?

By Admin User / December 15, 2017

[uxi_video id=”zeai53cmxHI” size=”” type=”youtube” ratio=”4by3″ center=”true” related=”false”] If you have been served with divorce papers, or your husband has told you that he is has filed for divorce (or will file soon), what do you do? Below are six steps to take back some control of the situation. Read on to learn more, and contact…

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4 Ways to Keep Conversations About Divorce Productive

By Admin User / December 10, 2017

You have been unhappy for awhile. Maybe your spouse has been too. Perhaps you’ve even been sleeping in separate bedrooms for months. When you speak to one another, the conversation is civil but entirely lacking warmth. For months, the only thing that has really kept you together in your relationship is the children and your…

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The Dangers of a DIY Divorce

By Admin User / November 10, 2017

Maybe you’ve been thinking about handling your own divorce. While this is certainly your right, is it the wisest course of action for such an important and life-changing process? These days, people are attempting to do things themselves that they used to leave to the professionals. Trying to save money and resources, they download information…

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