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News & Articles Related to Divorce

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Three Alternatives to Divorce Court
by Tom Daley

Most people resolve their divorce cases without going to court. They choose to work through these alternatives so that they have more control over the outcome of their case. Why Use an Alternative to Divorce... Read More >

The New Normal
by Brian Loughmiller

Sheltering in place rules and emergency orders from various Courts in Texas have created new challenges for Family Law Attorneys. Procedurally courts are limiting court appearances only to emergencies or matters deemed essential. Substantively orders... Read More >

INSIGHT: Tips for Honing ‘Tele-Advocacy’ Online Skills
by Sally Pretorius and co-author Elizabeth Lippy

Using online tools to communicate with courts and advocate for clients is not that different from doing it in person, say KoonsFuller’s Sally Pretorius and Elizabeth Lippy, founder of Trial Advocacy & Consulting LLC. They... Read More >

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Texas Divorce Laws and Adultery
by Chris Meuse

Are you married? Are you a victim of adultery, or did you cheat on your spouse? If so, it is important to know the facts about Texas divorce laws and adultery. According to 2018 data... Read More >

Who Gets The Pet In A Divorce?
by Charla Bradshaw and Jenny Gomez

Pets can provide invaluable companionship, and unconditional love, for adults and children. All animals, such as dogs, cats and horses, are considered property for divorce purposes. Unfortunately, pets can also be the subject of domestic... Read More >

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Is Your Business Safe from Divorce?
by Taylor Toombs Imel

What you need to know about shareholder, partnership, and buy-sell agreements. Texas is a good place to do business. Having no corporate or individual income tax and a simplified regulatory system has made Texas a... Read More >

6 To-Dos When Facing a Divorce in the New Year
by Taylor Toombs Imel as published in Divorce Magazine

Chances are you’ve already set new years’ resolutions and the changes you so desperately want to make to improve your life. For many, that includes promises to exercise more often, eat healthier, spend more time... Read More >