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Preparing for your Divorce Consultation

Calling a lawyer’s office to talk about getting divorced can be a very intimidating and stressful experience. Then, meeting the lawyer can be even more stressful. To try and alleviate some of that stress, the best San Antonio Divorce Attorney provides the following advice: ...

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  • Benefits of a Texas Collaborative Divorce

    A traditional divorce is done in the “litigation” process. This is where, if the parties cannot agree, they end up in court and let a judge make the ...

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  • Divorcing with a Child Under the Age of 3

    Going through a divorce is one of the hardest things most people will ever do in their life. Combine that with raising a child under the age of 3, and ...

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  • San Antonio Divorce Lawyer Speaking About Courtroom Behavior

    As a San Antonio divorce lawyer, I am in the courtroom on a regular basis. Some weeks, like next week, I will be in court every day of the week. That ...

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  • Credit Card Debt in Divorce-San Antonio Divorce Attorney Gives You the Scoop

    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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  • Can I Get Rid of Evidence in My Divorce Case?

    As a San Antonio divorce attorney, I understand that most people have at least a few skeletons in their closet. And, the best San Antonio divorce ...

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  • How Fast Can I Be Divorced in Texas?

    In Texas, there is a 60 day waiting period for a divorce. The waiting period begins from the date that the petition for divorce is filed. The earliest ...

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  • Social Media and Your Divorce

    The best San Antonio divorce attorneys will tell you that everything you post online can be used against you in court! Whether you are using Facebook, ...

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  • A New York Court Permits Wife to Serve Husband with Papers via Facebook

    Whenever you initiate a divorce in Texas, you must properly serve the other party with notice of the lawsuit. In Texas, that means that you need to ...

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  • Texas is a No Fault Divorce State

    In Texas, you can get a divorce without proving “fault” of the other spouse. What does that mean? It means that you don’t have to prove that there has ...

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