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By Francesca Blackard In a Texas divorce, the division of community property must be just and right.  The goal is an equitable, but not ..read more

By Kelly McClure Parties sometimes realize they have different understandings of a Texas divorce decree.  The trial court may issue a ..read more

By Francesca Blackard Texas family law allows the parties to a divorce to enter into a binding mediated settlement agreement (MSA).  If ..read more

By Robert Epstein Texas law generally favors the freedom of contract.  This principle also applies to prenuptial agreements.  In Texas ..read more

By Robert Epstein A court in a Texas divorce case may only order spousal maintenance if certain conditions are met.  The court must then ..read more

By Francesca Blackard In a Texas divorce case, a mediated settlement agreement (MSA) that meets the requirements set forth in the Texas ..read more

By Robert Epstein A trial court in a Texas divorce must divide community property in a just and right manner.  Property can be somewhat ..read more

By Kelly McClure Retirement can be a complex issue in Texas divorce cases.  In some cases, retirement accounts may not be fully vested ..read more

By Francesca Blackard Generally, a trial court in a Texas divorce case has the discretion to divide marital assets.  A trial court can, ..read more

By Robert Epstein Adultery can have a devastating effect on the wronged spouse and on a marriage.  When adultery leads to a Texas divorce ..read more

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