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There is a difference between legal proceedings and real life during a divorce so you need a plan.  We all know that old adage that says, “Be careful what you ask for because you might get it.” Divorce cases are often just like that.  Texas is a “no-fault” state, which means that a spouse may…

Have you been served with divorce papers?  If so, you may discover you don’t even know what you don’t know about the changes coming your way. First, don’t panic.  Second, nothing dispels fear of divorce like knowledge.  The more you know about divorce and what it means for you, the more empowered you become. Basics…

Do-It-Yourself divorce is on the rise.  And so are hopelessly screwed up divorces and fatally flawed divorce decrees.  Companies like Legal Zoom® advertise that their forms are all people need to handle all sorts of legal work.  The Supreme Court of Texas supports fill-in-the-blank forms to help people do their own legal work.  But there…

Single For Summer (part 3) For many people facing a divorce, the marital residence is their single biggest asset.  Often, aside from some retirement accounts, the most liquid cash to use during or after the divorce is tied up in the house as well.  There is more to dividing the marital residence than just who…

Financial advisors plan an important role in many divorces.  Divorce represents a fundamental change in how people will retire.  However, many people fail to plan for retirement during or after a divorce.  We recommend building a relationship with a trusted financial advisor as part of a divorce. A divorce is much more than just a…

A recurring theme I hear from people is the notion of keeping a failed marriage together “for the kids’ sake.”  It seems that many people who undertake this course of action actually plan to go through the motions of being married for years, until the kids graduate and leave the home.  At Youngblood Law, PLLC,…

How does adultery affect Divorces in Texas? Not surprisingly, adultery represents one of the most frequent issues that lead to divorce.  Many people think they possess a surefire victory in divorce court if their spouse committed adultery.   But does the innocent spouse get the upper hand in a divorce because the other spouse cheated? Legal…

There are significant advantages to having your spouse move out of the residence after filing a divorce.  Part two of this series discusses the option of you moving out of the house, and part one discussed continuing to live together during the divorce.  You can find part two here, and part one here.  Of the…

Today we will discuss some considerations regarding moving out of the marital residence.  First we will discuss some items to consider when choosing a new place to live.  Then we will discuss the legal ramifications of moving out.  Recently, we discussed the option of moving out of the marital residence when a divorce is filed. …

Once a divorce is filed, if you know there’s no way you can continue to live with your spouse, there are only two options: you move out, or your spouse does. This installment will address the option of you moving out, and we will discuss having your spouse move out next week.  In the first…

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