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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Finishing a Pro Se Divorce, or "Do It Yourself" Divorce Quickly


Just this past month, in October 2017, my firm helped four people finish a pro se (i.e. "do it yourself divorce" within a matter of days or a couple of weeks, depending on where they were in the process.  Each person came to my firm for two reasons: (1) either they got stuck with the paperwork or they'd completed the paperwork and didn't want to wait the 5 or 6 months the Bexar County Staff Attorney's office told them it would take before they'd get them divorced; and, (2) we offer these services at an affordable flat fee, which eliminates the uncertainty for the client.  Our flat fee always includes providing a certified copy of the final decree to the client.


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Sunday, September 3, 2017

Close Attention While Drafting Orders Matters Because Some Mistakes Cannot Later Be Corrected


Attention to detail matters when first drafting a domestic relations order and entering it with the Court.  Sometimes—whether weeks or months later—a former spouse or alternate payee learns that a domestic relations order requires clarification before it can be accepted by the paying organization such as DFAS, OPM or a plan administrator for a private employer’s 401(k). 

In analyzing the task, sometimes it is discovered that certain information or variables in the original order are flat-out wrong (e.


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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Agreed Divorce - Questions to think about when discussing divorce with spouse


You and your spouse have agreed to divorce, but are you sure you've agreed on all areas of major concern?

  1. Do you own real property?
  2. Do you have children of the marriage who are under 18 or still in high school who live at home?
  3. Are substantial joint debts involved (e.g. high balance credit card in both names)?
  4. Are the vehicles titled in both names, with the debt in both names too?
  5. Are retirement accounts such as an IRA, 401k, military retirement,

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