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Posted May 15th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

If you have separated from your spouse and are considering a divorce, you are more than likely in the middle of an emotional storm. You may be unsure whether or not you really want a divorce. During a time like this, it is important that you take the necessary steps in order to protect yourself

Posted May 8th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

After making the difficult decision to get a divorce, the next question that typically comes to mind is, “how do I actually file for divorce?” Getting divorced usually involves the Final Settlement Agreement and the Divorce Decree. Usually, couples will complete the settlement agreement and then attach it to their application for a divorce decree.

Posted April 17th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Taxes have a major impact on nearly every aspect of life, including divorce. However, some couples become so angry at one another, they lose sight of a common enemy, the International Revenue Service. For those who are considering, or are already in the process of getting a divorce, it is important to know what your

Posted March 29th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Recently, one of my colleague’s friends saw first-hand what it was like to try and get a divorce, without representation. She said at the courthouse there were many people who didn’t have representation, and almost all of their court dates were getting reset. They were getting reset because something wasn’t right in their paperwork, or

Posted March 5th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

When searching for a lawyer and looking online at Houston divorce attorney reviews, keep important criteria in mind. These may include: Experience When hiring a family law attorney, see how many years of experience they have in family law. If they only have a few, then they may not have all the right knowledge to

Posted February 11th, 2013 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Original Article by Diana Friedman for The Texas Supreme Court last year approved do-it-yourself divorce forms, and now they are discovering they have to teach people the legal system. This is causing a greater burden on lower courts, slowing down the system. A recent incident in a Houston civil court serves as a glaring