What Makes Divorce Expensive?

By Larry Hance | February 13, 2015

Most everyone knows that divorce is an expensive process, even by legal standards. However, the reasons that divorce is expensive aren’t as simple or clear-cut…

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When Parents Step In to Help Their Sons With Custody Cases

By Larry Hance | February 3, 2015

I’ve worked on three cases recently that are similar in nature, and while I’m not sure three is enough to constitute a trend, I find…

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The Case of the $975 Million Divorce Settlement Check: To Cash In or Not?

By Larry Hance | January 28, 2015

There’s a fascinating divorce case transpiring with some of our neighbors to the north in Oklahoma, and it’s taken an interesting turn that may set…

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New Year, New Beginnings: Why Couples Choose January to Divorce

By Larry Hance | January 23, 2015

In the last few weeks, business at [company] has been quite busy. We’ve been booking twice as many initial consultations as we do during other…

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Does Collaborative Law Have a Future?

By Larry Hance | January 20, 2015

Fifteen years ago this month, I participated in the first-ever collaborative law training in Texas, at a time in which few people knew what collaborative…

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How to Protect Yourself From a Common Law Divorce Case

By Larry Hance | January 5, 2015

In my last article, I talked about the statute regulating common law marriage in Texas, and the three things that define whether a couple could…

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Common Law Marriages: What They Are (and Aren’t)

By Larry Hance | December 29, 2014

The good news about common law marriage in Texas is that there’s a specific statute that defines what constitutes a common law marriage. And yet,…

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How to Avoid Making Mistakes in a High Net Worth Divorce

By Larry Hance | December 19, 2014

In my last article, I talked about high net worth divorces and the factors that often make them more complicated than standard divorces. When I…

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High Net Worth Divorces: An Overview

By Larry Hance | December 16, 2014

The simplest definition of a high net worth divorce is a divorce involving a client who has a considerable amount of wealth amassed – generally…

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The Assessment: What Our Clients Come Away With (Part Two of Two)

By Larry Hance | December 1, 2014

In my previous article, I talked about our assessment process and how it differs from the traditional first meeting between a person looking to file…

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The Divorce Assessment: A First Meeting with Added Value (Part One of Two)

By Larry Hance | November 25, 2014

Visitors to the [company] website will note that we offer two different approaches to a first meeting. Like many other family law firms, we offer…

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Misperceptions About Divorce

By Larry Hance | November 21, 2014

When new clients come into our office for the first time, they often come into those meetings with some misunderstandings about divorce. Sometimes, they come…

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