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Electronic Harassment (Among Other Things) Results in Protective Order

On February 7, 2019

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Here’s a case that demonstrates that extreme behavior directed toward an ex-spouse will often result in a protective order. Wargocz v. Brewer, No. 02-17-00178-CV, 2018 WL 4924755 (Tex. App.—Fort Worth 2018, no pet. h.) The general facts were in the first full month after the divorce, Husband sent approximately 900 emails to Wife’s work email […]

I SWEAR IT’s MY SEPARATE PROPERTY

On January 17, 2019

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As a general proposition, testimony is sufficient to prove most elements in a family law case if the court or jury believes your testimony.  An important exception is separate property, where mere testimony that property was purchased with separate property funds, without tracing the funds, is generally insufficient to rebut the community property presumption. Ibid. […]