Month: December 2022

Former husband and wife participating a divorce settlement being reopened in Texas

Can a Divorce Settlement Be Reopened in Texas?

A divorce settlement is a legally binding agreement between two parties during the divorce process. This agreement can cover details such as property division, debts, spousal support, child support issues, and child custody issues. While both parties will mutually agree upon a divorce settlement, it is possible for one party to feel dissatisfied with the …

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A woman found out that their motion to compel was ignored

What Happens if a Motion to Compel is Ignored in Texas Family Law?

If you’re involved in a family law dispute in Texas, getting the other party to cooperate can be difficult. In this situation, submitting a motion to compel is often the best solution. But what happens if a motion to compel is ignored? Let’s unpack the typical Texas court proceedings that pertain to your situation and …

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Spouses experiencing alienation of affection.

Can You File for Divorce if You Experience Alienation of Affection in Texas?

Suppose you feel that your spouse has abandoned you emotionally and “checked out” of the marriage in favor of another person. In that case, you may wonder if you can file for divorce on the grounds of alienation of affection in Texas. Unfortunately, Texas is not one of the U.S. states that allow divorce on …

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