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The primary resource that the Law Office of Natalie Gregg offers to current and prospective clients, as well as those who have questions related to family law, is its Family Law Blog that is regularly updated. Click here to read the blog.

The information below was developed by third parties and is provided as a courtesy, without any endorsement. This list of resources represents general information on matters related to family law, and neither constitutes nor is intended to be legal advice. Please be advised that if you need legal counsel, you should consult an attorney regarding your individual situation.

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What to Expect (and what not to) in Family Law

What to Expect ...                                                                                            To help you understand what to expect from your attorney, we put together these resources: FAMILY LAW "Timeline for Procedures in Family Law" "What are the...

Top Ten Common Myths in Family Law

Download this entire document as a PDF here. 1. I want “full custody” of the children. In Texas, the magic legal words are “conservatorship” and “access.” Conservatorship is the bundle of rights and duties that accompany being a parent; for example, the right to make...

Timeline for Procedures in Family Law

Timeline for Procedures in Family Law by Natalie Gregg Download this entire document as a PDF here (). File the petition or request for relief- Your attorney goes to the courthouse, pays the filing fee and asks the court for the list of items contained in your...

Top Ten Things to Tell your Lawyer in the First Consultation

Before you walk into the match, and step into the boxing ring, please consider telling your family lawyer the whole truth. Not telling your lawyer the whole truth in the first interview can be like sending your lawyer into the ring without her gloves on. So, consider...

You can love your kids or hate your spouse- but you can’t do both

Headlines this week: "Woman arrested for parental alienation in New York." Mom, who had primary custody of her two daughters, was accused of programing her children to hate their father. Mom made the father come to her driveway for Hanukkah celebrations in the middle...

Top 10 Things to Do Before you File a Family Case

1. Take down any offensive information from social networking sites. MySpace, Facebook and personal blogs are your public face. Your status of "married/single" or "looking for love" could be the lynch pin in a divorce action with allegations of infidelity. Likewise,...

Cheating: forgive and forget or just leave?

Some betrayals are easier to forgive than others. Cheating on a significant other is more of a roadblock than a speedbump. But with the numbers hovering at lifetime infidelity rates at 25 percent for men and 15 percent for women, potentially one in four of us are...

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