US divorce laws

US Divorce Laws: Can You File for Divorce in Texas?

Sometimes when a husband and wife begin to argue, the foundation that keeps their relationship together crumbles and the parties separate. As these marriages fail spouses may return to live with family, while their partners stay at the marital residence. US divorce laws might cause you to wonder: can you file for divorce in Texas? […]
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Social Media Effects on Divorce and Child Custody Cases

Social media: A source of marital conflict and evidence in child custody and divorce lawsuits. Social media may help you make new friends, communicate/connect with old friends and family, network, or communicate with people with similar interests. Social media use may also contribute to divorce, and social media posts can also provide important evidence during […]
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Grounds for Divorce in Texas – Insupportability

In the State of Texas there are two separate types of divorce: fault grounds for a divorce and no fault grounds for a divorce. The purpose of this article is to discuss no fault grounds for divorce in Texas, meaning simply that neither party has caused the divorce. The vast majority of Texas divorces are […]
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Community Property Presumption – Texas

In Texas, community property consists of property, other than separate property, acquired by either spouse during marriage. What does this mean?  The answer can be complicated. The spouse claiming a certain property must trace, and clearly identify the property, as separate. TRACING involves establishing the separate origin of the property by showing the time and means by […]
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Divorce Agreements

Parties can either agree or disagree to the terms of their divorce. Regardless of whether the parties agree to the divorce the final agreement must be accepted by the court and be incorporated into a final judgement for divorce by the court. The final order will be contract that is also an order. For instance, […]
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