Don Miguel Ruiz wrote “The Four Agreements” many years ago, but it remains a self-help staple. One of the many reasons that this text has resonated with millions of people around the world is that the four straightforward recommendations that the ... » Learn More about What ‘The Four Agreements’ can teach anyone who is divorcing
The end of a Texas marriage can be an intimidating prospect, and in many cases unhappy spouses postpone filing for divorce in order to avoid what they perceive to be the more negative aspects of the process. The financial fallout of a divorce is ... » Learn More about Money matters for Texas spouses heading for divorce
More and more engaged couples are choosing to execute prenuptial agreements before they say “I do.” When executed in a fair and thoughtful manner, a prenuptial agreement can help to protect the financial interests of each romantic partner and can lay ... » Learn More about When does a prenuptial agreement become a red flag?
Each person grieves the end of his or her marriage in unique ways. You may struggle with feelings of anger, resentment, sadness, betrayal, fear, relief, devastation, confusion and/or frustration at any given time until months after your divorce is ... » Learn More about Preventing regrets associated with your divorce process
The holidays are often portrayed as warm and fuzzy, jolly and joyful. The holidays certainly can be all these things, but it is also important to remember that the holidays can be uniquely stressful. There is nothing shameful about feeling stress at ... » Learn More about When you and your co-parent share your kids during holidays
It can be difficult to step back and see the larger picture when you are involved in a heated exchange with your child’s other parent. Chances are that regardless of how amicable your child custody arrangements are that you do get into disputes with ... » Learn More about When disputes with your co-parent get heated
Before you say “I do,” it is important to understand the marital contract you are assenting to. When you legally bind yourself to another person in marriage, you often become legally responsible for any debts incurred by either of you during the ... » Learn More about Are you ready ‘For richer or poorer?’
Couples choose to end their unions for a variety of reasons. Sometimes a single event can trigger the need for separation, while oftentimes a myriad of factors contribute to a decision to divorce. For most couples, the decision to separate from each ... » Learn More about To divorce or not to divorce, that is the question
Rarely does anyone walk into a divorce, child custody, domestic violence or child support hearing actively hoping that the judge will uphold an unfair result. In matters of family law, participants generally hope that issues are resolved fairly. ... » Learn More about The issue of fairness in family law disputes
In recent years, the stigma associated with signing prenuptial agreements has faded dramatically. Once believed to be either bad luck or a necessary protective measure for the uber-wealthy, prenuptial agreements are now widely utilized by couples ... » Learn More about Prenuptial agreements: Predictors of peace or power plays?