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January 2016 Archives

How important is attorney representation in a prenup?

There is nothing that says that a couple planning a prenuptial agreement must do it with the help of an attorney. But there is an old adage that goes something like, "A man who is his own lawyer, has a fool for a client."

An MLK adage may ring true for some babies in Texas

We just recently celebrated the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. A lot of the hopes and dreams he pressed for still remain unfulfilled to this day. One of the statements this civil rights leader is known for is, "A right delayed is a right denied."

Should I consider a collaborative divorce?

Being able to claim to be the first in anything is something of a mark of pride in the United States. As it happens, Texas can place its stake in the ground as having been the first state in the union to codify into law the process we now commonly know as collaborative divorce. That happened in 2001.

Knowing the legal terms can help in addressing paternity issues

The good of society in Texas and the United States as a whole is supposed to be maintained by the exercise of the rule of law. That goes for all the different facets of life in which individuals interact with each other. Family interactions are no different.

How to be more supportive of newly single parents

Yesterday marked the beginning of a New Year. As a result, you are likely thinking about various resolutions that may help you become the best version of yourself in the coming months. If one of these resolutions involves being more supportive of the single parents in your life, give yourself a pat on the back. The most important element of support is positive intention. By seeking out information on how you can be more supportive, you have already taken a significant step towards achieving your goal.