Co-parenting means that each parent commits to do his or her best to work with the other parent to raise the children to be the healthiest and most secure people they can be.
Co-parenting is not perf... To Read More Click Here
Often one spouse has heard about and wants to do collaborative divorce and the other spouse either hasn’t heard about Collaborative Divorce or has heard some incorrect information about it and doesn... To Read More Click Here
The Process Options for Divorce: Divorce Litigation and Collaborative Divorce
Does control over the outcome of your case matter to you? Divorce Litigation means letting a judge or jury make the decis... To Read More Click Here
One of the things about reconciliation law is that it doesn't sound like it's really possible to legally require somebody to reconcile, but that's not necessarily what you mean. I'll give you som... To Read More Click Here
Longtime Houston Family Law Attorney Michael Hiller has opened a second office in Austin Texas.
Hiller is board certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is expandin... To Read More Click Here
How do you prove what is your separate property?
The Texas Family Code states that property possessed by either spouse during or on dissolution of marriage is presumed to be community property. Clear... To Read More Click Here
Listening is a Critical Negotiation Skill
First, it is correct that listening is a critical negotiation skill. Every negotiation adviser, from Roger Fisher (author of Getting to Yes) to Jim Camp (St... To Read More Click Here
Setting Reasonable Expectations
One of the most important roles of a lawyer is as an agent of reality. Lawyers should not promise the entire universe when all they can deliver is a marble size roc... To Read More Click Here
Listening to What Triggers You
A hot button or trigger word can be words, a tone of voice, or a particular way someone conveys body language that sets you off. Everyone has different hot buttons and ... To Read More Click Here
Quotations from Abe Lincoln on Conflict Resolution
Beginning as a trial lawyer, Ol’ Abe Lincoln recognized that trial work should be approached with the goal of settlement, rather than creating new... To Read More Click Here