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What Is an Annulment in Texas?

Posted on : March 6, 2015

In Texas, an annulment is a way of “canceling” or “voiding” a marriage. Whereas a divorce will end a marriage, an annulment is saying the marriage never really happened. Although an annulment may be a viable option for some couples who wish to separate after getting married, not everyone is eligible for an annulment. Here’s […]

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Factors That Courts Use to Determine Child Custody

Posted on : February 19, 2015

Child custody is one of the most sensitive issues in a divorce. Child custody battles also take place when two unmarried individuals separate. If you are involved in a child custody case, it’s important to get solid legal support as soon as possible. By working with an experienced Corpus Christi child custody attorney from the […]

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Important Facts About Family Violence in Texas

Posted on : January 30, 2015

Unfortunately, family violence occurs in many Texas households. If you or a loved one have been the victim of domestic abuse, it’s critical that you take action as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to know about family violence, and what to do next. What Forms Does Family Violence Take? Although many people have […]

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What You Need to Know About an Uncontested Divorce

Posted on : January 16, 2015

Deciding to end your marriage is a difficult decision indeed. However, if you and your ex-spouse are able to agree on the various aspects of your separation, such as child custody and property division, the entire process is bound to go much more smoothly. Here’s what you need to know about an uncontested divorce. What […]

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How to Modify Court Orders

Posted on : January 5, 2015

When a divorce is finalized, many court orders will go into effect. The court will specify how much child support is to be paid and when, how much alimony is to be paid and when, and who has primary custody of the minor children vs. visitation. These court orders are typically valid for many years, […]

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