Month: January 2022

An attorney seated at their desk preparing to file a motion to enforce an order in Texas

Find Help Filing a Motion to Enforce a Court Order in Texas

Not every party involved in a family law dispute will follow the terms, conditions, provisions, and restrictions outlined in a court order. Unfortunately, many individuals will attempt to go around the terms – or outright violate the terms. If you find yourself in a situation where the other party has a pattern of violating the …

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Husband and wife wondering does it matter who files for divorce first in Texas?

Divorce in Texas: Does It Matter Who Files For Divorce First?

Texas is one of a handful of U.S. states that is a “community property state.” This means that the assets and property acquired during the marriage are generally considered to be owned 50/50 between spouses. Therefore, if you are wondering, “Does it matter who files for divorce first in Texas?” the answer is that there …

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