Residency Requirements and the Texas Divorce As Texas (North Texas, particularly) booms commercially and industrially, an increasingly attractive destination for an ever-growing number of companies, relocation for out of state families surge.  Job opportunities within a wide range of industries flourish in Plano, Frisco, McKinney, and more.  Whole families relocate, or one spouse moves while…

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Last spring, Fort Worth Representative Matthew Krause caused quite a stir, proposing a bill that would make Texas a divorce “fault state.”  Proponents of the bill suggested “fault” would keep families together by disallowing the “quick divorce” and encouraging couples with children to keep their marriage together for the sake of the family. This idea…

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Divorce is such a deep swell of emotion, sometimes couples vastly underestimate the challenges of daily practicalities once the decree is signed.  The mundane daily no longer “shared” tasks may be, in and of themselves, no big deal. But now everything is different. Shuttling kids from one place to another may not be as straightforward…

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