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Author: Bryce Hopson

All Things Mediation

Dec 10, 2019
Very few family law cases end up in a final trial, whether before a jury or before a judge.  Most of the time, parties are able to settle their differences...

New Child Support Guidelines 2019 – What You Need To Know

Sep 12, 2019
Child support can be one of the most miscalculated topics (figuratively, literally) within the family law/divorce experience. Not how to arrive at an individual’s recompense, depending on the particulars of...

How Does the Division of Estate Work in Texas?

Jun 18, 2019
When a divorce suit is filed, the Court is required to divide the estate of the parties in a manner that the Court deems “just and right.”  The Court is...

Money, Debt, and the Modern Divorce – Part Two, the Wildcards

Mar 28, 2019
In the first post of Money, Debt, and the Modern Divorce, we covered the regulars of marital liabilities, the biggies, aka mortgage and credit card debt. While no walk in...

Money, Debt, and the Modern Divorce – Part One

Feb 15, 2019
Nothing gives a family law attorney that get up and go energy like diving into the liabilities section of a client’s inventory—money is sexy! Hm. Let’s put it this way:...

Bitcoin Battles: Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets Via Cryptocurrency?

Oct 3, 2018
What is Cryptocurrency exactly? Cryptocurrency began in 2009, gained popularity since, and acts now as an important role in the financial lives of many couples. Bitcoin is a type of...

How Child Custody and Standard Possession Work in Texas Divorce

Mar 20, 2018
Best Interest of the Child One of the most vital (and potentially contentious) aspects of a divorce settlement concerns “parenting time.” Everyone has heard “primary parent,” “joint custody,” or even...

5 Co-Parenting Considerations BEFORE You Sign the Divorce Decree

Oct 9, 2017
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...

What Recourse Do I Have When I Receive Late Notice of a Judgment and Miss the Normal Deadline to Respond?

May 26, 2017
When a final judgment is entered, a party may agree with the outcome or no; regardless of this reaction, the party must be prepared to respond to the judgment within...
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