Posts Tagged "divorce in Texas"

It’s January 2020; are you searching for divorce information?

Have you found yourself searching online for divorce information as the New Year begins? Well, you are not alone. Many legal experts note that divorce filings spike this time of year for a number of reasons. “Divorce is seasonal,” says

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Guide to Good Divorce Jan. 2020 Enews is out!

Are you preparing for divorce in 2020? Our latest newsletter offers guidance on how to take a healthier approach to divorce by being candid with your divorce attorney, how to prepare for key events in the divorce process, and what

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Trey Yates, founder of Guide to Good Divorce, makes Texas Super Lawyer List for 5th time

For the fifth consecutive year, long-time Houston family law attorney, Trey Yates, has been named as a Texas Super Lawyer. The research team at Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters company, says that typically, fewer than five percent of the lawyers in

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Guide to Good Divorce Jan. 2019 Enews is out!

The Jan. 2019 Guide to Good Divorce Enews is out! Topics include how to choose a divorce attorney for you; tips on finding out if your spouse is hiding assets, debts or income from you; free download of the American

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New tax law may impact your divorce agreement this year

Have you or your spouse been dragging your feet in finalizing your divorce? Well, you both may have a good reason to sign on the dotted line by year’s end. A significant change to federal income tax law surrounding alimony

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Trey Yates selected 2015 Texas Super Lawyer

Houston attorney, Sam M. “Trey” Yates, III, has been selected to the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers list. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in each state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to

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Here’s the Fall 2015 Guide to Good Divorce enews

2015 Texas Legislative Update — Changes to the laws dealing with divorce and parent-child relationships Every other year, Texas legislators gather in Austin to make changes in the area of family law. The 2015 legislative session has now come to

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