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Filing for divorce during COVID-19 in Bexar County

Filing for divorce during COVID-19 in Bexar County

My husband and I want a divorce and it will be uncontested. We are in agreement on everything. The courthouse says it is closed, can we file now? And is there an advantage to filing now? Yes, a petition for divorce can be filed now, but it has to be done...

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Divorce Mediation Expectations?

Divorce Mediation Expectations?

Many people use mediation to settle their divorce, as it can be less stressful than going to court. It may also be less expensive, but there are some things you should know before you choose that option. If you want mediation to work for you, or if you aren't sure if...

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McLaughlin Helps With Child Support Matters  

McLaughlin Helps With Child Support Matters  

Child support matters can be difficult for divorcing couples, and for those who were not married but have decided not to be together any longer. There are many ways to effectively co-parent, but there are only a set number of ways to ensure those children are...

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Relationship Status Changes Must-Know Tips For Women

When you marry or divorce, your relationship status changes. But separation can also cause important changes you'll want to be aware of from a legal perspective. Anytime a woman decides to separate from or divorce her husband, or chooses to save her marriage instead,...

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Does Family mediation really work?

It can be a stressful time when someone is considering a divorce. A lot of people who are looking at splitting up as an option don't really want to end their marriage. They just aren't sure how to make things better and improve their life with their spouse, so they...

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How Much will a Divorce Cost me?

There's no getting around it: divorce can be expensive. According to a survey conducted by legal site Nolo.com, the average divorce in the United States costs around $15,500. And that's just the average; while Nolo.com found that a lucky few were able to get out of...

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The Top 5 Reasons Why People Get Divorced

The Top 5 Reasons Why People Get Divorced

While the divorce rate in the United States has been dropping in recent years--studies show that the U.S. divorce rate went down by 18 percent between 2008 and 2016--over 800,000 marriages still end in divorce each year. The reasons why people get divorced are as...

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How Will a Divorce Affect My Finances?

How Will a Divorce Affect My Finances?

A divorce can have a significant effect on your personal financial outlook. Texas governs factors like responsibilities are toward your children and your former spouse are considered. Understanding your obligations and rights can help you better prepare for the ways...

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