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February 8, 2016

The Collaborative Law Spring Conference: Can I Count You In?

This article is from Honey Sheff, a Dallas-based mental health professional, a board member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, and the director of this year’s 9th Annual Collaborative Law Course (Understanding Collaborative Divorce Inside & Out – More Than Just the Process), co-sponsored by the State Bar Collaborative Law Section and the Collaborative [...]

June 30, 2015

Is an Equal Split the Fairest Way to Split?

Dick Price, the Fort Worth-based lawyer and collaborative law proponent, who was one of the first contributors on our blog covering Texas divorce, recently posted an excellent article on his blog about dividing assets in a divorce. One of the biggest questions that comes up in a divorce is how to divide things fairly — [...]

June 17, 2015

2015 Texas Legislative Update – Highlights for Collaborative Lawyers

This blog article is from Angela Pence England and Harry Tindall, partners at Tindall England, PC, a Houston-based law firm specializing in matrimonial and family law. Tomorrow, they’ll be doing a presentation in Austin on changes in family law enacted by the 2015 Texas Legislature in Austin; this article provides an overview of these changes. [...]

June 12, 2015

Jack Emmott and Norma Trusch Receive Awards from Houston Volunteer Lawyers

Norma Trusch and Jack Emmott, two Houston-based family lawyers, Collaborative Law Institute of Texas past and present board members, and collaborative proponents who have spearheaded efforts to bring pro bono collaborative law services to a wider range of Houstonians seeking divorces, were honored this week with the Trailblazer Award from Houston Volunteer Lawyers for their [...]

May 4, 2015

HB 2512: How It Would Help Collaborative Law in Texas

This blog article is courtesy of Larry Maxwell, a Dallas-based collaborative lawyer, arbitrator and mediator. Four years ago, I worked with collaborative lawyers from around the state to persuade the Texas State Legislature to pass the Collaborative Family Law Act. Texas became one of the first of a growing number of states to pass the [...]

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