December 2016 Archives

Collaborative Law: A Sane Approach To Divorce

The average cost of a contested divorce in Texas is $15,600 -- and that number jumps to $23,500 if there are children involved*. The bulk of that money goes to attorneys' fees, with the rest covering costs associated with court filings, serving documents, and paying for the services of tax advisors, financial analysts, child custody evaluators and other professionals.

Why is it so difficult to obtain alimony in Texas?

In matters related to spousal support (also commonly referred to as alimony and spousal maintenance), the Texas courts are famous for stinginess. It is, simply put, quite difficult for individuals seeking payment from their former spouse - even those who most need it - to receive court-ordered spousal support.

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