Divorce is a stressful and emotional process, no matter whether you are a man or woman. In some cases, there may be unique worries and concerns that men face during the divorce. There is a common misconception that courts always favor the woman in a… Read On

To an experienced Austin divorce attorney, one of the most frequently asked questions about the process involves timing: “How long does a divorce take in Texas?” The truth is that every case is different and there is no way a lawyer could give you an… Read On

If you and your spouse want to maintain separate lifestyles but not go through the Texas divorce process, you may be considering legal separation as a practical solution to your situation. However, many couples do not realize that there are complicated issues involved. In fact,… Read On

If you considering separating from your spouse, you are not alone. Divorce is far from rare. According to data published by the Texas Department of State Health Services, approximately 80,000 married couples in the state split up each year. During this potentially difficult time, it… Read On

There are a number of good things that you can do for your marriage, including listening to your spouse, prioritizing compromise, and even forming a postnuptial agreement. Texas maintains strict rules for doing the latter, however, so if you’re thinking about forming a postnup, working… Read On

A decade is a long time, and if that’s how long it’s been since you first said “I do” when gazing into the eyes of your spouse, dissolving your marriage now may be both legally and emotionally complicated. To be sure, the longer that a… Read On

Texas is a no fault state for divorce in the sense that you can file a no fault divorce, which means that in your divorce paperwork, you cite “insupportability” as the reason for your divorce. However, no fault divorce is not the only option in… Read On