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The Price Law Firm > Seeking Equal Time With Kids

September 13, 2013


From Dick Price, Esq.: In both Collaborative divorces and litigated divorces, the phenomenon of a parent wanting equal time with the kids is becoming more common. Sometimes, both parents agree that it is an appropriate goal. In other cases, there is some disagreement as to how much time each parent should have. There’s no automatic […]

Family Law Blog > Keeping Divorce Costs Down Isn’t Impossible

September 12, 2013


From V. Wayne Ward, Esq.: Pick your battles When a marriage ends on rather poor terms, it can sometimes prove very easy for a divorcing spouse to lose sight of what’s really important. For example, because their feelings were hurt, they may feel compelled to fight at every turn and drag out the proceedings whenever […]

Divorce & Family Law in Tarrant County > Mediation vs. Collaborative Law in Texas

August 8, 2013


From Dick Price, Esq.: The differences are not huge, but are noteworthy. The following is a similar discussion of the differences between mediation and Collaborative Law, but in the Texas context: 1. In Texas, attorneys are generally present during mediations, just as they are in Collaborative cases. In several other states, the parties usually attend […]

Huffington Post > Facing Divorce in an Uncertain Economy with Collaborative Law

July 24, 2013


From Curtis Harrison, Esq.: While some may be able to achieve a “kitchen table” solution, for most folks, the issues are too complex to resolve without guidance. But that guidance doesn’t have to come from a trial attorney. You and your spouse can choose to keep your divorce out of the hands of judges through […]

The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas > Retirement Dreams, or Retirement Nightmares?

July 20, 2013


From Tracy Stewart, CPA, PFS, CFF, CFP, CDFA: As they move toward retirement age, more and more Americans will be single in their retirement years. According to the Census Bureau, singlehood is growing. What these singles don’t realize is that the retirement cost of living for them is higher than for married couples the same […]