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January 2018 Archives

Tracking technology and divorce: Will it affect you?

Texas readers know that divorce is a complex process, one that is fraught with challenges and complex decisions. These complications can increase dramatically when there is contention between the two parties, and this can lead to the temptation to turn to certain technologies to track the other party.

How can you protect yourself if your spouse cyberstalks you?

If you are a Texas resident who has been the victim of domestic abuse, you may have gotten an order of protection against your spouse. You may even have moved to a new home, gotten a new job and filed for divorce. Nevertheless, you may have the feeling that your soon-to-be former spouse has not accepted this new situation and in fact is stalking you, particularly cyberstalking you.

What you need to know about Texas community property laws

At Lisa E. McKnight, PC, in Texas, we know that splitting up the property you and your spouse have acquired during your marriage can be very difficult and very complex, especially if you are a high net worth couple. In addition, since Texas is a community property state, you may be unclear as to what constitutes separate property as opposed to marital property.