Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that has become a requirement in most family law cases. A mediator is a neutral third-party who helps facilitate the settlement negotiations between the parties. Generally, one party and that party’s attorney stay in one room; the other party and that party’s attorney stay in another room; and
Texas permits jury trials in divorce actions on very limited issues.
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I enjoyed reading Reginald Hardwick (@regihardwick) article about Judge Angela Tucker of the 199th District Court in Collin County Texas.
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In Collin County, Texas, every divorce that gets filed has the Collin County Standing Order attached to it, which is effective against both parties to the divorce. The Standing Order replaces…
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Frequently we are asked what recourse is available when one spouse attempts to hide assets of the marital estate during a divorce. Not only is such conduct highly unethical, it is fraudulent as well. Typically a forensic accountant is called in to help search for hidden assets. In our experiences, here are some reoccurring methods used to hide assets:…
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