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What Happens to the House in a Divorce?
What Happens to the House in a Divorce?

As a San Antonio divorce, attorney, I realize that for most people,their home is the largest asset that they have to divide on divorce. While every case is different, there are typically only 3 choices for the home. Award the house to the Wife and she buys out Husband of his ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Uncontested Divorce in Texas

    As a San Antonio divorce lawyer, I help couples obtain uncontested divorces all the time. When I think of an uncontested divorce, I think of a ...

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  • Does It Matter Who Files for Divorce First in Texas?

    As a San Antonio divorce attorney, I am asked the question “does it matter who files first” very often. The answer is that it, in most cases, it ...

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  • Who Gets the Pets in the Divorce?

    As a San Antonio Divorce Lawyer, I am aware that divorce can cause disruption in all aspects of your life, including the life of your family pet. ...

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  • Remarrying After Divorce: 30 Day Waiting Period

    The State of Texas requires that a person wait 30 days from the date of their divorce to be married again. The reason for this is that 30 days after ...

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  • Agreement Incident to Divorce

    As a San Antonio divorce lawyer, I think a lot about my client’s needs during a divorce. On a continual basis, my clients ask about how their divorce ...

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  • Powerball Winner Owes $29k in Child Support

    I read an article today at the Washington Post which reported on how the recent powerball winner owes $29k in child support. As a Texas attorney, I ...

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  • Annullments

    As a San Antonio divorce lawyer, I am asked about annulments on a very frequent basis. Typically, spouses interested in annulments have been married ...

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  • When Can I File for Divorce in Texas?

    A divorce lawsuit can be filed in Texas after you or your spouse have lived in Texas for at least 6 months and a resident of the county you intend to ...

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  • Is Adultery Relevant to Child Custody?

    This question cannot be answered with a simple yes or a no. Typically, adultery will not be relevant to a child custody case as long as the children ...

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