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How Evidence of Cheating Can Affect Your Divorce

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

Studies have shown that roughly 45 to 50 percent of married women and 50-to-60 percent of married men have engaged in at least one extramarital affair at some point during the course of their marriage, according to Divorce Magazine. Discovering your spouse is cheating on you can be an emotionally devastating revelation. Many marriages… Read More »


Understanding QDRO in Texas Divorce Law

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

If you are in the midst of a divorce, or are researching the steps to obtaining a divorce in Texas, you may have heard about a “QDRO.” This acronym stands for Qualified Domestic Relations Order. This order separates and transfers a retirement plan between you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse. This order is often necessary before… Read More »


Important Child Custody Questions Answered

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

One of the most contentious and emotionally-charged issues in a divorce is child custody. This is understandable since the outcome of your divorce will dictate who will be primarily responsible for raising your child. Below are some common questions related to child custody and corresponding answers.  What is Joint Custody? With joint custody, both… Read More »


Advantages and Disadvantages to Divorce Mediation in Texas

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

When you file for divorce, you do not immediately wind up in court preparing for trial. It is possible to negotiate the terms of your divorce in an out-of-court setting – mediation. This is where both you and your spouse agree to meet with an independent third party (i.e. the mediator) and try to… Read More »


Tips on How to Protect Your Assets in a Divorce

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

When you decide to get divorced, your mind is likely inundated with questions and concerns. What will happen to your home? What about your business and investments? What about your retirement benefits and pension plan? These are extremely important questions that need to be answered. In most divorce cases, these questions are addressed during… Read More »


Updating Your Accounts and Insurance Policies Is Important After a Divorce

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

Divorce can be a stressful experience. There is the actual legal process, involving court filings, financial statements, and mediation, which will take time and could be emotionally draining. It is important to understand that there are steps you need to take, even after the divorce decree has been finalized. This may include moving to… Read More »


Major Pitfalls for Pro Se Litigants in Divorce Cases

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

Some people mistakenly believe that they do not really need a lawyer to get their divorce finalized. They may be hoping to save some money or they may be thinking a lawyer will slow down the process, so they opt to represent themselves (i.e. pro se). This is a big mistake you should avoid…. Read More »


Fighting Over Your Furry Friend in Divorce

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

Most people associate bitter custody disputes and arguments over which parent will be awarded full custody of a child, or children. However, in some cases, divorcing couples will get into similarly heated arguments over custody of a pet such as a dog, cat, turtle, etc. This is understandable since, to many people, pets are… Read More »


Can You Be Charged with Kidnapping Your Own Child?

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

In divorce and child custody proceedings, a parent may not take their child, or children, and leave the State of Texas without the consent of the court and the other parent. Even if you are the child’s biological parent, if you try to flee with your child, it could be grounds for kidnapping charges…. Read More »


Tips on How to Protect Your Credit During a Divorce

By Conner & Lindamood, P.C. |

It is quite common for someone going through a divorce to encounter financial strain and difficulties. There may be missed bills as you and your spouse are divesting from your joint accounts, you may have to spend a significant sum on renting a place and moving out, or there may be financial decisions made… Read More »

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