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How and why parental alienation happens

In divorce cases in Texas that also involve the element of parental alienation, one person may use his or her child as a weapon against the other parent. The individual is usually so angry about the divorce that he or she wants to punish his or her spouse, and as a...

Tips for parents who cannot pay child support

Texas parents who find they cannot pay child support may be able to seek a modification through the court system. Failing to pay child support is a serious problem, and in 2015, just 60% of child support that was supposed to be paid was received. However, this does...

How improper wage garnishment can be stopped

Those who are more than several months behind on their child support payments may see their wages garnished to cover what they owe. While many wage garnishments are meant to collect a debt that is owed, money is sometimes withheld from a paycheck in error. Those who...

What is collaborative divorce?

Divorce is difficult. However, it does not need to be destructive. If you and your spouse are considering divorce, collaborative divorce law is an alternative to the usual adversarial approach to divorce litigation. In the collaborative divorce model, divorcing...

5 tips for high-asset divorces

Divorce is never an easy process. However, when you and your spouse have had a high income during your marriage, or your spouse founded a startup company that is now thriving, your divorce might be more complicated than the average Lone Star state divorce. Dividing...