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Disclosure: Divorce in Texas
40 minutes | Aug 29, 2017
Disclosure: Divorce in Texas- Your ex-spouse will be a part of your life.
Children or not your former you may not be completely done with them. While your former spouse will always be a part of your life because you will continue to co-parent together, there may be times when you need court intervention again. Generally, you see that with post-divorce decree changes, modification of children’s issues, and enforcement of the decree.
26 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
Disclosure: Divorce in Texas- How your divorce will end.
This week we discuss how your divorce will end. No matter how your divorce began it will end in only a few different ways it will end. We talk about each stage you will likely go through in your Texas divorce. From the 60 day waiting period all they way to the final trial.
28 minutes | Aug 15, 2017
Disclosure: Divorce in Texas- Living in Limbo
There is this period of time in a divorce when the dust begins to settle. You’re not yet single, but you are no longer really married. There are court orders in place, but they are temporary. Many times each party is emotionally and physically weak from the life changes. Everything is new. It may be a good time to seek out a professional counselor to help you through this time. Although using a friend is quick and easy, it sometimes leads to poor advice or rocky friendships. Take this time to strengthen yourself and adapt to your new lifestyle.
33 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Disclosure: Divorce in Texas- The Initial Confrontation
This week we take a look into the beginning stages of divorce. Brandy Austin and Larry Mike represent clients at temporary orders hearings. A temporary orders hearing is going to be a real hearing in a Court, in which your attorney and opposing counsel will present witnesses and evidence to the court in order to support the petition/motion for temporary orders and essentially, to get what you want ordered while the case is pending.
27 minutes | Aug 1, 2017
Disclosures: Divorce in Texas- All About Evidence.
Brandy Austin and Larry Mike often get potential clients who come in shell-shocked and don’t know where to begin when it comes to filing for divorce in Texas. Contrary to popular belief, not all things are actually considered evidence. Texas divorce lawyers have to sift through tons of information that is not useable in court. Find out what what you might be able to use as evidence in Texas Court of Law.
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