With all the horror stories you may have heard about the divorce process, it is hard to believe there is such a thing as an “uncontested divorce.”  Does it exist?  What is it?  Is it right for me?  While it certainly does exist, it is not appropriate in every situation. …

Deciding to end your marriage is rarely an easy decision to make, especially knowing that there are multiple steps to take to legally complete marriage dissolution in Texas.  Is there a Difference Between Marriage Dissolution vs Divorce There is no difference between marriage dissolution and divorce in Texas.  The terms…

Is a free consultation from a divorce lawyer, too good to be true? If you and your spouse are considering divorce in Houston, TX it is strongly recommended that you seek guidance from an experienced attorney. Many people search for a divorce lawyer who offers a free consultation. Additionally, free…

Filing for Divorce Online in Texas In our digital age, almost every task can be completed online. As technology continues to improve and make certain projects more convenient online the frustration and somewhat unknown details of the legal process still remain. However, doing this on your own isn’t the easiest…

Best Divorce Lawyers in Houston | What’s the Best Way to Choose One? The truth is that there are a lot of good divorce lawyers in Houston. But since you’re here, let us tell you why we think we’re your best choice: Founding attorney Angela Stout is Board Certified in…

Contested Divorce Versus Uncontested Divorce in Houston Divorce procedures can be very troubling, especially if there are ongoing disputes about child custody, financial obligations, and division of property or assets. Before filing for a divorce, it is important to understand the differences between contested divorce and uncontested divorce. In this…

Understanding Your Options During a Collaborative Divorce in Texas Collaborative law in Texas can be complex. Many couple filing for divorce expect the process to be long, stressful, and arduous; however, one method, known as collaborative divorce, can help ease the process. Collaborative divorce in Texas is an efficient and…

Many American families live beyond their means and use credit as a way to supplement their income resulting in massive debt for their families.  Eventually this catches up with them and often results in the demise of their marriage.  If you or your spouse has difficulty managing money, recognizing spending…

If you have been through a divorce or if you are currently going through a divorce, you know that it is a very emotional time for both partners. At times, you may experience anger, resentment, betrayal or emotional pain over the situation. However, it is important to remember that when…