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Single for the Holidays, Pt 2. Last week we discussed the 60 day waiting period that Texas requires between the date of filing for a divorce, and the day the divorce can be final.  So what happens during the 60 day waiting period?  One of the most common events that can take place in many…

Single for the Holidays, Pt 1. (Part 2 of this series can be found here.) Every year it seems the retail stores put their holiday items out on the shelves for sale earlier than the year before.  When it’s 100 degrees outside in mid-August, I find it hard to think about Halloween much less Thanksgiving…

In a divorce there are typically three main concerns for our clients.  First and foremost are the kids, and understandably so.  Second is the division of the assets the parties own now.  Last, but certainly not least, are assets owned now that the parties will depend on in the future—retirement benefits.  These “future benefits” are…

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