The Woodlands Family Law Blog

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When you are a divorced parent, the last thing you may want to think about is moving for a new job. However, if the opportunity arises, it’s important to understand how it can affect your custody and visitation agreements. Moving for a job can have both positive and negative effects on your custody arrangements, and […]

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Divorce is a complicated process to navigate. Dealing with the many issues involved in legal proceedings can be stressful and overwhelming. Typically, each party hires a divorce lawyer to represent them during negotiations. However, most people don’t understand the importance of hiring a financial planner or having a financial planner that you have never shared […]

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One of the biggest concerns for divorcing couples is how to split up assets and debts. There is often understandable friction about dividing assets. After all, people marry believing they’ll be living happily ever after. When they get divorced, they must be concerned about the resources they’ll need to live and thrive on their own. […]

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During the pandemic, videoconferencing tools like FaceTime and Zoom have helped us stay in touch with our children and other faraway family members. Despite the lifting of health measures and restrictions, many of us will continue using this technology long into the future. If you’re a noncustodial parent of children in Texas, you might wonder […]

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Inevitably, you’ve already heard the saying that nothing in life is certain except for death and taxes. If taxes are a certainty, why aren’t they easier to file? Navigating tax law and IRS regulations is challenging. One wrong move or even one misplaced number or decimal point is enough to get you in hot water […]

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Winning your divorce case is not the same as winning any other legal case. Winning your divorce means that both you and your former spouse reached an equitable resolution on the division of property, custody and visitation for your children, and an amicable parting of ways. If you plan carefully, you can reach a successful […]

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If you’re sharing the parenting duties for your child with their other parent after a divorce or separation, you may be curious about your ability to text your child when they’re with your ex. In Texas, the answers to your question will depend on your rights as outlined in court-ordered “conservatorship” or “possession and access” […]

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Divorce is overwhelming for anyone to handle. Agreeing on matters like child custody and property division is often a challenge. Even if this is an amicable divorce, you and your spouse could face contention while determining how to split your retirement accounts. Dividing a 401(k) is one of the most complex issues involved in asset […]

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When you’re thinking of divorce and you have children, the hardest thing to contemplate is what happens to the kids. In the state of Texas, courts determine what the post-divorce child custody arrangements will be. The courts prefer that the parents begin the custody determination process through mediation. A court will consider many different factors […]

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If you’re contemplating divorce, you’re no doubt thinking about what happens with all the things you own, the property you’ve acquired while you were married. The state of Texas is a community property state, which influences how property ownership is determined in a divorce. In Texas, the property that the couple owns generally belongs equally […]

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