Divorce: A Guide to Protecting Your Children

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

One of the most delicate aspects of divorce is ensuring that your children are shielded from unnecessary stress and emotional turmoil. There are ways as divorcing parents you can protect your children during this difficult time. Here are some suggestions: Break the News to the Children Together When informing your children about the divorce, it… Read more »

Does a Child Have a Say in Which Parent They Live With After Divorce in Texas?

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

The issue of which parent a child will live after divorce is primarily decided based on “the best interest of the child” standard in the state of Texas. While children’ preferences are considered, they do not have the final say in determining their custodial arrangements. In this blog post, we will explore the factors involved… Read more »

Which is Worse? Raising Children in a Bad Marriage or Divorce

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

When it comes to raising children in a bad marriage, the question of whether it is better for parents to stay together or go through a divorce can be a difficult one to answer.  There is a compelling argument that staying in a bad marriage can harm children more than their parents’ divorce. The Impact… Read more »

Can I Date During the Divorce Process?

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

A question many divorce lawyers hear from their clients is “Can I date during the divorce process?” There is no law that says a divorcing person cannot date, but it is highly recommended that you wait until the divorce is final before beginning to date. There are many good reasons for this. Wasting of Community… Read more »

How to Have a “Good” Divorce

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

It seems like an oxymoron to use the term “good divorce.” Although going through the divorce process is stressful, it is possible to have a divorce where both you and your spouse feel the outcome is fair and that you can continue your relationship as co-parents in an amicable way. Be Informed by Utilizing Divorce… Read more »