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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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      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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    • Consequences of Not Following Child Support Orders

      An unfortunate fact of life for many divorced or separated parents is child support, the process by which one parent provides another with a regular ...

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      If you are like most families, you have credit card debt. According to most recent data from the Survey of Consumer Finances by the U.S. Federal ...

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    • 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 ...

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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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      Board Certification is a mark of excellence and a distinguishing accomplishment – one that roughly 10% of Texas attorneys claim. In 2016, Rebecca J. ...

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    • Secrets to the Courtroom

      Most people imagine that their divorce trial will look like what they see on television. As a San Antonio divorce attorney, I can tell you that it is ...

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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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    • Paternity Cases in Texas

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      A prenuptial agreement is a written contract that couples enter into before marriage or a civil union. While some believe that prenuptial agreements ...

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