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Considering Divorce in Collin County, Texas During COVID-19

Posted on: July 28th, 2020 by centipededigital No Comments

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed day-to-day living for a lot of people. You may not be able to go to the same places or generally act the same as you did before the crisis took hold in your area. Stress and anxiety about the pandemic are pretty universal feelings, but those feelings can often make…

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What to Expect During Your Divorce in Texas

Posted on: July 25th, 2020 by centipededigital No Comments

As the need for divorce becomes a reality, your mind may start to race in anticipation of what lies ahead. When that happens, sleepless nights may come your way more often than not, leaving you feeling like a mess. If you want to keep your anxiety from getting the best of you, it is important…

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Understanding Child Support in Collin County

Posted on: July 21st, 2020 by centipededigital No Comments

During a divorce, families must restructure their entire lives, including their finances. Figuring out child support is an important part of this process, though it is almost never easy. Both spouses need to participate in the creation of a plan and follow it precisely to make sure the kids retain their stability. Parents can make…

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What Is Equitable Distribution in Collin County?

Posted on: June 12th, 2020 by centipededigital No Comments

Divorces are rarely easy, but Texas law tries to make them as fair as possible. It may not always feel like it, but divorce in Texas is designed to be a reasonable way to divide assets and address issues with children. Texas is a community property state, which means that separating assets can actually be…

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Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on: April 2nd, 2020 by centipededigital

  Parents in Collin County and Denton County and throughout the state of Texas have concerns about child custody during the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Star-Telegram, Governor Greg Abbott said school closures do not give parents the right to extend custody schedules. Schools in Texas are closed through April 3rd at the earliest. Parents…

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Fifth Circuit Family Law Case Could Affect Texas Adoptions

Posted on: March 31st, 2020 by centipededigital

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which considers Texas appeals, recently heard oral arguments in an adoption case. The case, Brackeen v. Bernhardt, concerns the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA). According to a recent report about the case in Vox, the court’s ruling could affect future Texas adoptions. The case began when…

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Texas Couples Should Have a Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on: March 27th, 2020 by centipededigital

Anyone who lives in Texas should think about entering into a prenuptial agreement before marriage in the event of divorce. According to a recent report from CNBC, the financial expert Suze Orman specifically addressed prenuptial agreements in Texas. Couples in Texas and other community property states should always have a premarital agreement in place. As…

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Texas Divorces Can Be Expensive

Posted on: March 24th, 2020 by centipededigital

Texas divorces can be very expensive, both financially and emotionally. Texas law allows a married couple to have a divorce finalized 60 days after the petition for divorce. However, most divorces end up taking much more time. According to a recent report in The Center Square, the average cost of a Texas divorce is $15,600.…

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