It’s an unfortunate reality that many divorce cases and child custody disputes can lead to a hostile “tug-of-war” situation, as parents jockey to gain advantages in legal proceedings. They may resort to ulterior motives and the children are pawns in a game that no one… Read On

If you’re experiencing depression, you’re probably well aware of how it affects your life. Whether you’ve been diagnosed, are undergoing treatment, or you’re simply struggling with symptoms, there are implications for your life – personally and professionally. One factor that you may not have considered… Read On

You have worked hard to establish your business, but now you intend to divorce. Surprisingly, many people are unaware of how a Texas divorce will affect their business. Some even assume that nothing will happen and that they can continue to operate as they normally… Read On

Not every marriage lasts until “death do us part.” One situation where you might want to divorce is when your spouse has abandoned you. Abandonment is a fault ground for divorce under Texas law; however, it might not be the right choice for your divorce…. Read On

When a couple is getting divorced in Austin, they will need to divide their community (shared/marital) property in a manner that is just and equitable, but not necessarily equal. In addition to the obvious property types, like cars, bank accounts, and a shared home, a… Read On

A revocable living trust is one of the most beneficial and useful estate planning tools. Not only do assets that are held in a trust escape the probate process, but trusts can also be used to mitigate taxes and protect assets in the event of… Read On