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How To Approach a Collaborative Divorce
How To Approach a Collaborative Divorce

If you and your ex split amicably, you may be considering a collaborative divorce. Many couples have decided to forgo the conventional divorce in favor of a collaborative divorce, as it can often preserve the friendship. If you and your ex are thinking about a collaborative ...

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Blog Posts in 2021

  • What Situations Call for Sole Legal Custody in Texas?

    In some circumstances, separating children from their families is the safest option. If you believe your children would be better off in your ...

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  • Texas Lawyer Recognizes the Law Office of Rebecca J. Carrillo for Best Of 2021: Family Law Firm in San Antonio

    At the Law Office of Rebecca J. Carrillo , we are proud to announce our latest award from Texas Lawyer, a subsidiary of Law.com. Our family law firm ...

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  • Co-Parenting 101: How To Make Joint Custody Work

    When both parents act in the best interests of the children, joint custody arrangements can be constructed in such ways that minimize the impact of ...

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  • Managing Custody While Going Back to School

    When you and your child's other parent agree to a custody arrangement, you may have had a certain schedule at your job. If you've decided to go back ...

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    Parenting decisions can be tough to agree on, even when you have an excellent relationship with your former spouse. Now that vaccines for COVID-19 are ...

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  • 6 Ways to Deal With a Toxic Co-Parent

    No one likes the idea of divorce and much less the process of it. Yet, it is a common reality that almost half of the American households will deal ...

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  • I Want More than 50% of Our Assets - Is That Possible in Texas?

    During a divorce, one of the most heated debates that can arise is the division of the spouse's community property. In some cases, one spouse may ...

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  • 3 Tips to Providing Successful Asset Evidence

    When you're fighting for custody, division of property, alimony, or child support in a divorce, it's essential to gather the proper evidence to prove ...

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  • How Property is Divided in Texas Divorce Cases

    Going through a divorce is never easy, but without the help of a skilled family law attorney, you could lose much more than just your spouse. One of ...

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