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During divorce, remember to make your health a priority

Health is a priority for many people in Texas, but when you are going through a particularly stressful time, it is wise to place greater emphasis on your well-being. Divorce, of course, is one of the most stressful times in many people's lives. Not only are you forced to cope with the emotional aspect of ending a relationship, but you also have to deal with the stress of making important decisions that can affect your life long after your divorce is final.

Stats reveal encouraging and interesting trends in military divorce

As a nation, we are truly indebted to those selfless men and women who choose to serve in our nation's armed forces. That's because we not only appreciate the inherent risks of their calling, but understand how it can sometimes take a toll on their personal lives.

How child custody matters can sometimes take an unfortunate turn

Of all the family law issues that ultimately require resolution in court, none are perhaps more difficult than child custody. That's because both parents typically want what's best for their child and don't want to miss out on any aspect of their life.

Why collaborative divorce can be so invaluable to divorcing couples

This week, our firm would like to discuss a recently published piece in The Chicago Tribune discussing the financial impact of so-called gray divorce and the benefits of pursuing collaborative divorce that features insight from none other than our firm's founding attorney.

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