Month: October 2016

How the Hague Convention helps Texas parents

The Hague Convention is a treaty that the United States is a signatory to and aims to keep parents from illegally taking children out of their home country. The goal is to return any children taken to another back to their country of habitual residence. From there,...

Divorce considerations for older people in Texas

While the U.S. divorce rate has been going down over the past several years, some specific demographics have been experiencing increases. For those over the age of 50, the rate of divorce has doubled in the last 26 years. Since people over age 50 are nearer to...

Facebook, Twitter and divorce

When a person posts on Facebook, Twitter or other social media site, they are leaving a record in cyberspace. Those records can come back to haunt the poster in a family law dispute.Before you post, think of how it would look if your ex's lawyer introduced it in...

The Pitt-Jolie divorce and the likelihood of a prenup

Texas is a community property state, and this means that the shared marital property of people who divorce there will be split equally unless they can otherwise come to an agreement. This is also true in California, the state where Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce...

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