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How Does the Judge Determine Alimony?

Whether you are ordered to pay or are on the receiving end of alimony, you want to make sure the numbers are right. There are many factors that a judge will take under advisement before they issue a final alimony ruling. You can support your claim by understanding these factors and presenting the court with…

Dissolving a Marriage

A dissolution of marriage (the legal term for divorce) can be profoundly emotional and overwhelming.  You should understand the fundamental laws before proceeding.  Texas is a “no-fault” divorce state, which means the parties are not required to prove fault.  The only basis required is that “[t]he marriage has become insupportable due to discord or conflict…

Make and Use a Communication Plan

Because the divorce proceedings can be difficult and emotionally draining for everyone involved, you and your spouse must effectively communicate with each other. Both parties should be especially in sync on any issues involving the children. Your family law attorney will also urge both parties to agree on these items to ease the divorce process. 

Financial Dos and Don’ts of Divorce

While the emotional aspect of divorce is well known, Austin family lawyers can emphasize that the financial ramifications can be even longer lasting. There are certain things that you should and should not do regarding your finances during the divorce process. Make a Realistic Budget Understand that your standard of living will likely change after…

Understanding the Legal Procedures in Your Divorce Case

The process of getting a divorce can be complicated. It involves complex legal proceedings that are best left to a professional. If you desire to get a divorce, but the complexity of the process is the only thing stopping you, our Austin family attorneys may be able to help. Here are some steps that you…

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