What to do when you think your spouse is hiding money

Texas Edition by Carol A. Wilson Many Clients tell me they are suspicious that their spouse is hiding money. We ask the following initial questions as we begin the analysis to thoroughly answer our Client’s questions. Begin your own analysis with these...

Virtual Mediations are Successful!

When I first learned in March that we would mediate a case virtually I was concerned whether mediation could be successful without the in-person connection between the mediator and the parties. How wrong I was, mediations are successful even by video conference! The...

Ten ways to survive a custody case

Do what your lawyer advises. You selected the lawyer and are paying that lawyer, follow the lawyer’s advice. If you don’t like or trust the advice you are getting, change lawyers. Save documents. Save the documents, save the documents, save the documents. Documents...

10 Ways to Survive a Divorce

Follow your lawyer’s advice. You chose the lawyer.  You are paying the lawyer.  If you don’t like or trust the advice you are getting, change lawyers. Make the most of the evidence you have. You can’t change the law, the facts or the evidence, but you can make the...

Marital Agreements Must be Followed to be Enforced

The recent case, Michelena v. Michelena, 2020 WL 1303234, (Tex. App. – Corpus Christi) holds that husband’s frequent deposits of community property into an account the pre-nuptial agreement stated was his separate property so comingled the account that the account was...

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