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Texas Divorce Case Puts Immigration Law in Spotlight

Texas Divorce Case Puts Little-Known Immigration Law In Spotlight

A little-known immigration law has moved front-and-center following a Texas divorce case that could end up seeing a US citizen supporting his Mexico-born wife at 125 percent of the poverty level. Steve Summers married Evangelina Zapata and signed an affidavit vowing to support her so that she would not become…

September 9th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Texas Divorce
Texas Divorce Ease of Filing Data

Texas Divorce Ease Of Filing Data: Where Does The Lone Star State Rank?

The Texas divorce rate recently crept back into the news after a Huffington Post piece ran, showing how various states throughout the US stacked up against one another when it came to being “divorce-friendly.” Where was the Lone Star State in the mix?  With a divorce rate of 11 per…

September 6th, 2013 Divorce Process, Texas Divorce
Texas Divorce Could Be Extended to Same-Sex Couples

Texas Divorce Could Be Extended To Same-Sex Couples, But Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

The Texas Supreme Court has agreed to take up a consolidated hearing (“In the Matter of the Marriage of J.B. and H.B.”) for the matter of granting (or not granting) divorce papers to two same-sex couples. The hearing will be held on November 5, and it’s got a lot of…

August 30th, 2013 Same-Sex Marriage, Texas Divorce
Texas Divorce Rate Taken Such a Steep Drop Since 1990

Why Has The Texas Divorce Rate Taken Such A Steep Drop Since 1990?

No doubt about it. The Texas divorce rate has been in a free fall since 1990, and while on the surface, that appears to be good news, there is a correlation that may make you rethink your initial reaction. Looking at the last official collection of numbers over a 19-year…

August 16th, 2013 Divorce Information, Texas Divorce
Rules of Alimony in a Texas Divorce

Rules Of Alimony In A Texas Divorce

Alimony, or spousal support, is a common ruling in divorce cases where one spouse has considerably more earning power than another. The laws governing this outcome differ from state to state, and today, we’ll be looking at how it’s handled in a Texas divorce. Most rules of alimony in Texas…

August 9th, 2013 Family Law, Texas Divorce

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