Can I Kick my Spouse out of the House?

Can I Kick my Spouse out of the House?

Not necessarily, and unfortunately, the answer is “it depends.” Without a compelling reason, such as physical violence, you and the opposing party will need to coexist in the marital home, even after you file for divorce. The good news is that you can get a court...
Is gambling a reason for divorce?

Is gambling a reason for divorce?

We all know someone who has suffered with an addiction. It is not easy to be in any relationship where one person is out of control. It is even more difficult when one person’s addiction affects the marriage and the family. This is true with drugs, alcohol, shopping...
Dads Can Do It Too- Being Primary: Guest Blog from a Former Client

Dads Can Do It Too- Being Primary: Guest Blog from a Former Client

I am a dad of 3 daughters. No big deal, right? There are lots of dads with daughters. I am single. Still no big deal. With the divorce rate so high, there are plenty of divorced dads with daughters. Between my 3 daughters, there are 2 mothers.  Daughters 1 and 2, one...
Why Collaborative Law Makes Sense: “A Better Way to Untie the Knot”

Why Collaborative Law Makes Sense: “A Better Way to Untie the Knot”

The words graceful, healthy and divorce do not go together. The first words clients use to describe the process of divorce are typically words of war: FIGHT, CUSTODY BATTLE, and WINNING. I would like to present a concept to you that is a kinder, gentler way to get...
7 Apps that Help High-Tech Cheating: Affairs on the Smartphone Just Got Easier

7 Apps that Help High-Tech Cheating: Affairs on the Smartphone Just Got Easier

Affairs have only become easier with Smartphones. There are a multitude of apps that facilitate and promote adultery.  The thoughtful development of these apps is disturbing to say the least.  If you discover that your better half is using any of the top 7 cheating...

How does COVID-19 affect my case or court order?

There have been several emergency orders issued by the Collin County District Courts, Dallas County District Courts, Denton County Districts, Tarrant County Districts, and the Supreme Court of Texas. Click the link below to learn more.