The Divorce Quick Start

Every Texas divorce follows these steps from start to finish: Petition for Divorce — this is the document that opens your case at the courthouse.  The legal document ranges from two to 20 pages in length, depending on the circumstances.  Every petition will include the basics such as names of the parties and children, dates of […]

Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Custody Orders Under Covid-19!

Suddenly, the most routine events in our lives have become a challenge with every move requiring a risk-assessment.

If you share custody with another conservator under a Texas court order, you may have questions about the interplay between State and local emergency orders and your current child custody possession orders.

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How to Cope With Divorce Uncertainties During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed life for many, creating new challenges for daily existence.

Stay-at-home orders, changes to work and childcare schedules, and other unanticipated changes have been especially challenging for those dealing with divorce or the potential for one.

Whether your divorce is in process or you just […]

Introducing – The Touch-Free Courthouse!

Nothing like a pandemic to shine new light on an old phrase “Touch-Free” that is common lingo in the car wash world – but not so much at courthouses.

It turns out car washes were ahead of the curve and suddenly their friction-less model is the new blueprint for our […]

The Selling of Divorce Lawyers – Let’s Get Back to the Basics

It’s time for a little shop talk about the business of divorce and how we lawyers sell ourselves to potential clients.

Believe it or not, there was a time when lawyers were prohibited from advertising their services.

Of course, lawyers being lawyers, successfully argued to the United States Supreme Court […]