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Co-Parenting with Your Former Spouse
Co-Parenting with Your Former Spouse

If you share children with your former spouse, you will have to interact with each other as you continue to raise them. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a divorce to be acrimonious, which creates obstacles for co-parents as they attempt to move forward. It is in your ...

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  • Co-Parenting with Your Former Spouse

    If you share children with your former spouse, you will have to interact with each other as you continue to raise them. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a divorce to be acrimonious, which creates ...

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  • COVID-19 Announcement

    At the Law Office of Melissa Williams, we understand that health and safety are paramount in these difficult times. However, we also understand that you may continue to have family law issues which ...

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  • Why Is It a Good Idea to Have a Prenuptial Agreement?

    No one expects their marriage to come to an end, which is why discussing a prenuptial agreement is often such a tricky matter. Unfortunately, nearly half of all marriages end in divorce and the ...

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  • Does Texas Have Alimony?

    Alimony , also known as spousal support, can be awarded in a divorce to help the lower income-earning spouse pay their living expenses. Both spouses can reach an agreement regarding alimony, or it can ...

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  • Melissa M. Williams Joins Collaborative Divorce Austin

    Our law firm has some truly exciting news, but you may need more information to contextualize it. Explore the FAQ below to learn how this membership helps families function during and after divorce: ...

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  • The Differences Between Collaborative & Traditional Divorce

    Divorce court is exhausting. If you and your spouse are willing to work together to dissolve the marriage as seamlessly as possible, traditional court proceedings may hinder this process. We have all ...

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