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The Collaborative Divorce Law Process

How the Collaborative Divorce Approach Works Often, when your marriage comes to an end, you don’t want to keep fighting with your ex—you’ve probably been doing that for a while. You just want it to be over, quickly and without … Continue reading

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Divorce in Texas – Alternatives to Litigation

Whether your marriage is in trouble and you are considering divorce, or your divorce is final, disputes can still arise. You can always take your differences to court, but the legal process can be time-consuming and expensive. In addition, the adversarial nature of litigation can make it difficult to maintain the type of relationship that is most beneficial to your minor children. Fortunately, there are alternative means of dispute resolution that allow you to find mutually beneficial ways to resolve your differences, ways that minimize your costs and help you foster a positive relationship. This blog post highlights two of those approaches: divorce mediation and the collaborative approach to divorce. Continue reading

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Texas Divorce Attorneys Using Private Investigators to Prove Your Case

While cooperative approaches to divorce, such as collaborative and mediated divorce, are up-trending, the sad truth is that many divorces are contentious, litigated cases. Prevailing in a divorce battle in court requires compelling and provided by credible witnesses and documented facts. And the use of private investigators is often key in establishing facts that are difficult to prove otherwise. Continue reading

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