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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…

Many Christians find themselves in a serious religious dilemma when they feel they need a divorce.  The problem comes from a belief that divorce is sinful, and that the Bible only allows for divorce in certain circumstances.  The issue, then, is whether a believer should commit a big, ugly sin by getting divorced, or whether…

  Yesterday I had an opportunity to meet with a family friend who is a sales representative for a company that sells a weight loss product.  Her marketing office advised her that she should put a blog post or announcement out to her clients in the afternoon after Thanksgiving lunch.  Her office advised that research…

One of the biggest concerns people often have when they are planning to file for a divorce is where they will live once their spouse gets notice of the divorce.  There are basically only three options when it comes to deciding where to reside.  Each option has its pros and cons.  This three-part series will…

Before Your Next (Make Sure This Spouse is Your Ex!) Did you know that most people who file for a divorce have been thinking about it for two years before going to an attorney?  Most people will file a divorce when they finally accept that the marriage is no longer serving a legitimate purpose, but…

Free advice represents one of the most expensive dangers in family law cases.  Free advice  comes from everywhere during a divorce. Family, friends, coworkers, and random strangers are happy to offer advice on what you should be doing.   Resisting the free counsel of trusted friends and family isn’t easy.  Still, avoiding free advice saves time,…

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