Month: February 2020

Military divorce? Set your family care plan

Members of the military usually count on a civilian spouse or other family member to care for their children if they face a deployment. If you’re married to a civilian but have decided that the union isn’t working, you have several things to think about. One of these...

Beware the Medicaid look-back period

Long term care options are often costly, especially for residential facilities. Some people assume that they’ll be able to count on programs like Medicaid to cover these. However, Medicaid is a needs-based program that takes the applicant’s assets and their ability to...

Focus on what matters in child custody

Child custody matters are often the most difficult facets of a divorce. When you’re trying to work out the details of this with your ex, it is imperative that you focus on what’s important. Allowing your attention to divert to other things can mean that you miss out...

Know these Texas divorce requirements

The end of a marriage is an emotional time. When you know that the marriage is finished, you’ll probably want to file for divorce. There are specific requirements that you have to meet in Texas if you’re going to file for divorce. One of the primary requirements is...