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The divorce process if full of legal jargon and many divorce terms can lead to confusion during an already challenging time. Here, we give a general overview of common divorce terms to help provide some clarity. These divorce terms are broken down into three major categories: children, finances and property,

As we head into the new year, many couples who have been in an unhappy marriage will feel motivated to finally take a step towards creating a healthier and happier future for themselves. If this is the case for you, there are several important aspects of divorce you’ll want to

Co-parenting is challenging in itself, but when your ex-partner is displaying uncooperative or retaliatory behavior, the process becomes especially difficult. Parents who engage in vindictive behaviors can be mentally and emotionally draining, and the unpredictability can leave you on your toes.  Read on for a few tips for effectively dealing

To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed lives for families across the US would be a massive understatement. Changes to our daily lives have impacted many day-to-day processes, including how courts and families are handling child custody. For co-parents engaged in child custody arrangements, many challenges have developed in

Since early March of 2020, the Gilbert Law Office has received many questions from separated parents looking for tips and legal advice about how to manage co-parenting during COVID-19. With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Bexar County, many parents are naturally afraid to exchange their children during these uncertain

The COVID-19 crisis has dealt a major blow not only to public health but also to the financial security of many Americans. Unemployment has soared, and many of the employees who were able to keep their jobs have faced steep pay cuts. For many San Antonio and Boerne area parents,

Issues of marriage and divorce or primarily the concern of state law. As a result, state courts have jurisdiction over divorce issues that arise within their borders. Additionally, a state court’s jurisdiction over divorce issues often depends on the physical presence of the parties within its borders. Thus, the territorial limitations of