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  • Texas Divorce Mediation

    Divorce can be hard on both the divorcing parties’ emotions and their wallets. For those in Williamson County, there is an alternative to traditional divorce litigation which may ease the emotional strain of a divorce and can be more cost effective in comparison to the traditional divorce process. That alternative is mediation.

  • Emergency Hearings for Child Custody Matters
      by HG.org

    In some situations, a concerned parent or other individual may petition the court for an emergency hearing to grant an order regarding custody or visitation rather than wait for the next available hearing date on the docket. However, such hearings are limited to those situations in which a true emergency is at stake.

  • Dealing with Real Property after a Divorce
      by HG.org

    For many couples, real property represents the most valuable and expensive asset that they own. Since the couple will no longer be living together in the same house, they must often reach some sort of decision regarding which party will receive the house.

  • How Florida Courts Look at Child Support and Arrearages

    Determining the outcomes of child support in the state of Florida entails a number of considerations. First and foremost, no parent can refuse to pay child support, even if it is just a small monthly amount.

  • 4 Common Divorce Mediation Questions

    These questions are commonly asked during a divorce mediation.

  • Legal Consequences of Bigamy
      by HG.org

    In the United States, it is unlawful to be married to more than one person at a time. Violating this law can have criminal and civil repercussions.

  • Effect of Adultery on Divorce Cases in Florida
      by HG.org

    While it can be devastating to discover that your spouse has been unfaithful and broken his or her vows, laws are increasingly finding such information irrelevant. Most heartbalm statutes have been eliminated across the country, limiting the rights of the aggrieved spouse to seek compensation from the adultery partner.

  • Custody Rights of Fathers Getting a Divorce in Texas
      by HG.org

    One of the most important decisions to make during the divorce process is which parent or parents should have custody of the children. There are several ways that this decision can be made, and several factors that affect this decision.

  • Orders of Protection in Texas
      by HG.org

    People break up and get divorced every day. Many of these relationships may end in an amicable fashion. Even if the relationship involves some bitterness and drama, the only turmoil is usually emotional.

  • Enforceability of California Prenuptial Agreements
      by HG.org

    Many individuals enter into prenuptial agreements in California as a precaution in case of divorce. Prenuptial agreements can help protect assets and income and protect spouses from default divorce rules. Although spouses will hope that they will not need to use their prenuptial agreement, it is there for them in case of divorce. Therefore, an effective strategy for creating a prenuptial agreement is to consider how the divorce should be handled.


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