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What Happens Post Divorce? Rebuilding your life after divorce is a major undertaking for many people. Typically, change isn't easy, and divorce demands many necessary changes in lifestyle. So, if you feel like you're struggling post divorce, just know that many people...read more
"A Not So Little Journey" for Thomas Little Thomas Little has had quite a journey up to this point in his life, the journey that led to embarking on his career as a lawyer. Today he owns a private legal practice where he helps families going through divorce, child...read more
Challenges that Single Parents Face The “best interests of the child” is a legal term you often hear during divorce. Courts in Texas heavily weigh the child’s best interests when arriving at decisions for parenting. In fact, the Texas Family Code (Title 5) states:...read more
How to Protect Your Credit Protecting your credit during divorce isn’t an issue for everyone. But it is something you should consider. And, you can certainly take precautions that prevent it from becoming an issue. During divorce, you can't start too soon when it...read more
How and When to Do It Telling children about divorce is a difficult moment for most parents. Emotions often run high, and divorce is a life-changing transition. These factors alone make it difficult for you and your spouse. These same factors also make divorce...read more
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