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Answering your uncontested divorce questions

Divorce doesn’t have to entail going to war. Divorce doesn’t necessarily mean going before a judge and battling each other either. The process doesn’t have to take months or years to complete, and it doesn’t have to nearly bankrupt both spouses either. Some couples are simply looking to end their marriage as quickly and efficiently as possible. There are options for divorcing couples these days that go beyond the courtroom.

Welcome to an uncontested divorce. Any questions?

Rule 11 Agreements - When to Use and When to Avoid

Rule 11 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure provides for binding agreements between parties to a lawsuit or their attorneys. These agreements have both legal and practical implications. You should carefully consider whether to implement a Rule 11 agreement. Ultimately, Rule 11 agreements can be useful, but many attorneys overuse them. When considering a Rule 11 agreement, you must consider several questions. Are these agreements really binding? When are they most helpful? When should they be avoided? And finally, how do I enforce a Rule 11 agreement?

Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

So, you've finally come to the conclusion that it's time to get a divorce. The next difficult decision you make will be who you hire as your attorney. You may have a million questions running through your mind, but when you're interviewing attorneys (and yes, YOU are interviewing THEM), there are a few that you should be sure to ask:

Financial Pitfalls of Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a rough process - there is no doubt about that. On top of all the emotional stress, there is the potential for significant financial stress as well. One of the most often forgot, and possibly abused, situations in a divorce is the couple's financial situation. There are many different ways that finances can play a significant role in a divorce. Here are some financial pitfalls to avoid when going through a divorce:

What NOT to Do During Your Divorce

You're getting a divorce and it's likely not something you're looking forward to. In fact, you may have been putting it off for a while because you know it is going to be time-consuming, expensive, and emotionally draining. But, there are some things you can avoid that will help you get through the process with less drama and expense.

The Biz Buzz

If you have ever thought about going into business for yourself, or formalizing your current business, you should be proud of yourself. There is a certain freedom that comes from being self-employed. However, there is a lot to consider when starting your own business. Entire courses are taught in law school about business organizations. With that in mind, this article will touch on the basics, but is by no means meant to be a substitute for competent legal advice.

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