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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 these grounds. In fact, the Texas Family Code calls this out, saying that “Alienation of Affection is not authorized” to be the reason to dissolve

Husband quitting his job in order to avoid alimony

What to Do If Your Ex Husband Quit a Job to Avoid Alimony

As part of the legal divorce process in Texas, the court’s job is to ensure that the economic playing field is leveled between you and your former spouse. That way, both of you have a fair chance at post-divorce success. One way the court looks out for each party is by issuing a court order for one ex-spouse to pay spousal maintenance, commonly known as alimony. Spousal maintenance is meant to help the lower-earning spouse meet their reasonable needs and

Restraining order being filed against an abuser

5 Keys to Getting a Restraining Order Against Your Abuser

If you’re a victim of domestic violence in Texas, you may be considering getting a restraining order against your abuser. This action can be critical to protecting yourself and your loved ones from further harm. A restraining order – known as a protective order – is a court order that requires an abuser to stop engaging in abusive behavior and keep a certain distance from the victim. This type of legal order can provide important protection for victims of domestic

Husband quitting his job in order to avoid alimony

What to Do If Your Ex Husband Quit a Job to Avoid Alimony

As part of the legal divorce process in Texas, the court’s job is to ensure that the economic playing field is leveled between you and your former spouse. That way, both of you have a fair chance at post-divorce success. One way the court looks out for each party is

Restraining order being filed against an abuser

5 Keys to Getting a Restraining Order Against Your Abuser

If you’re a victim of domestic violence in Texas, you may be considering getting a restraining order against your abuser. This action can be critical to protecting yourself and your loved ones from further harm. A restraining order – known as a protective order – is a court order that

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