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What can I do if my spouse won't respond? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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If you're spouse won't respond, meaning they won't file an Answer or sign a Waiver you can still proceed with your divorce. In order to serve them with notice legally, you have them served with divorce papers and then wait 60 days from the date of filing plus 20 days and then Monday next, which means you count 20 days on the calendar and then you go to the next Monday. If both of those time periods have elapsed, and they can overlap, so lets say that you file for divorce and then on the 30 day you have your spouse served, then you could go on the 61st day under those circumstances and have your divorce granted by default. If your spouse has filed an Answer or a Waiver, then chooses to bury their head in the sand and not respond to anything, then you can give them 45 days notice of a final trial and if they don't show up at the final trial, then you can take a default judgement there. That's generally referred to as default after service. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 3139 Cristi Trusler
How to Find a Good Austin Divorce Lawyer
 
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Austin Divorce Attorney Cristi Trusler discusses how to research and find the right divorce lawyer to help you with your family law issues. Cristi's firm, Trusler Legal PLLC handles a wide range of family law issues and offers a variety of representation options including flat fees. http://www.truslerlegal.com Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 Phone: (512) 481-0330
What if my child doesn't want to visit the other parent? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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It depends on the age of the child, really. But in general, it is your duty to encourage your child to spend time with the other parent. The public policy of the state of Texas is that parents who are able have frequent and continuing contact with their children. And if you fail to produce your child for a court ordered period of possession you can be held in contempt of court and you could be put in jail. A lot of people do put clauses in their divorce decrees however, for teenagers where they will say once a child reaches the age of say, 13, 15, 16, that the parents will work together to honor the wishes of the children to the best of their ability, as long as it's in the child's best interest. And that neither of them will file to have the parent held in contempt of court if a child over a certain age refuses to visit with the other parent. Now that doesn't mean that there wouldn't be an enforcement action and it doesn't mean that a court couldn't hold that parent in contempt. It just means that the parent who the child is refusing to visit with would not seek or would not ask the court to hold the other parent in contempt. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 1289 Cristi Trusler
Alimony - the Truth from Experts | Austin Divorce Seminar
 
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There is a lot of misinformation about alimony (or spousal maintenance.) Get the facts from 3 Board Certified expert divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams. They’ll explain when alimony is awarded and when it is not. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/
Views: 1893 Cristi Trusler
How do I prove a common law marriage in Texas? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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There are three elements to determine a common law marriage. Those are cohabitation, an intent to be married, and holding yourself out to be married. All three must be present to prove that you do have a common law marriage. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 749 Cristi Trusler
Collaborative Divorce Lawyers Discuss How Divorce Can Be Different | Austin Divorce Seminar
 
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Collaborative law is a unique process for completing your divorce that keeps you out of court, safeguards your privacy and gives you control of your outcome. Learn how it works from 3 Board Certified expert collaborative divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams. They’ll discuss who collaborative law is for and which situations it may not fit. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/ Collaborative Divorce Lawyer in Austin, TX
Views: 318 Cristi Trusler
Name Guardians for Your Children - Free Forms from a Texas Lawyer
 
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Every parent needs to name guardians for their children in the event of a tragedy. Don't let later become too late. Get free forms and video instructions from a Texas lawyer. Go Here to Name Guardians for your Children for Free http://www.nononsensetexaswills.com/guardians/ If you and your spouse pass away leaving minor children, have you selected someone to serve as their guardian? Have you chosen someone to manage their finances? These decisions can be made during the estate planning process, a process that employs legal tools designed to protect you and your family. Even if you have a living trust already in place, you still need a will that designates, among other things, guardians for your children. Better yet, you can also have a separate Guardianship Nomination that outlines many more details rather than a simple nomination of an individual. The law requires children to be raised by adults. You can't leave your kids at home with an instruction booklet and ask them to raise themselves. If you don't name a guardian in your will, the court will designate someone without your input. Generally, it's best to name one person as guardian. Some inquire about "co-guardians." However, co-guardians can end up going separate ways or have trouble agreeing on key issues. An estate planning attorney should ask you to name an "alternate" or "successor" guardian if the first nominee is unable to serve. Also, be careful when nominating a couple to care for your kids. In this day and age of 50% divorce rates, you have to ask yourself, "What if this couple gets divorced...then what?" You need to ask some other fundamental questions. Is the person old enough and mature enough to serve as guardian? Have they raised children and does that matter? Does the guardian have kids of similar age? Are they physically able to handle the job? Does your nominee for guardian have a genuine affection and concern for your kids? Does the guardian have the time? Does your nominee share your values and/or religious convictions? Can they afford to raise your kids? Will your children have to move? If you want your kids to remain together, it's best to name the same guardian for each. In some cases where age differences are considerable or with children from different marriages, it may be appropriate to name different guardians. Keep in mind that your ultimate goal (and the court's job) is to make sure the children's best interests are served. During the estate planning process, you should name a guardian to watch over your children's property and finances. Children typically can't own property. If you leave property or money to your kids (directly or as a beneficiary), there needs to be a guardian to manage it until your child becomes an adult, or at some other time designated by you in your estate plan. Typically, a guardian over property and money does not require court approval. This guardian needs to make sure the children's expenses, health, and educational needs are properly managed. Unless there is a compelling reason not to, it is advisable to choose the same person to be the personal guardian and guardian over property and finances. The money and property you leave for the kids can be placed in a children's trust (separate trusts for each child or a combined trust). The children's trust can contain instructions to guide the named guardian. Again, all this can be set up during the estate planning process. Also, we touched upon this last time, but life insurance can also flow into your trust to provide for your kids. Choosing a guardian can be a contentious subject during the estate planning process. It can be difficult to agree. Remember most people struggle with this decision. You may not have a "perfect" choice, and you simply may have to choose the "best" person for the job. Since you are not perfect, it would be unreasonable to expect your child's guardian to be perfect. Other searches often used to find this video: temporary guardianship Texas temporary guardianship guardianship forms Texas temporary guardianship form Texas child guardianship forms Need more information on naming guardians for your kids? http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970203699404577046500301783034 Find more helpful videos on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TruslerLegal You can find a direct link to this video on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGjI9mkhX1k
Views: 1099 Cristi Trusler
Divorce Basics You Need to Know | Austin Divorce Seminar
 
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Find out what you really need to know about divorce in Austin from 3 Board Certified expert divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams. They’ll explain what you need to know now and how decide on your next step. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/
Views: 1664 Cristi Trusler
How do I modify custody? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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In Texas, custody can be modified in terms of child support, or is subject to a review after 3 years. The other terms of the custody order are subject to modification if there is material and substantial change. Material and substantial change is a defined legal term and is fairly cut and dried because any time there is a change that would change the child support by more than 20% a year or by more than $100 per month, it is deemed to be a material and substantial change. All of the other material and substantial changes are handled on a case by case basis. It might be that your child has gotten sick, it might be that a parent has gotten sick, it might be that a parent has gotten remarried or that a child has gone from elementary school age to high school age. All of those things are examples of things where a court has found there to be a material and substantial change, but there's not a succinct, clearly defined list of what constitutes a material and substantial change. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 81 Cristi Trusler
How do I stop my divorce? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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If you and your spouse have agreed that you don't want the divorce, then you can simply non-suit the divorce or you can leave it on the court's docket and wait for the court to dismiss it for want of prosecution (DWOP). If however, one of you wants the divorce and the other one doesn't, there may not be a way you can stop it. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 97 Cristi Trusler
What do I do if my spouse is violating the temporary orders? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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You can file a motion for enforcement if your spouse is violating a temporary order. You can do this whether it's a county's standing order or it's an order that a court has placed or an order that the parties have agreed to. The violation may be non-payment of child support, a visitation issue, or others. In any case, your remedy is to go to court and ask that court to enforce that order. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 296 Cristi Trusler
Can I give up my rights to avoid child support? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Typically you can't give up your rights to avoid paying child support. The court is going to want to have child support in place for a child and usually will not allow even a voluntary termination unless there is a step parent willing to come in and adopt that child so that they know that the child has support. There are, of course, exceptions to that, but for the most part, you can't just relinquish your rights in order to avoid support. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.betterdivorceaustin.com/sign-over-my-rights/ Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.betterdivorceaustin.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 3701 Cristi Trusler
Choosing a Divorce Lawyer | Austin Divorce Seminar
 
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Finding the right divorce lawyer can be a challenging process. Get tips and advice from 3 Board Certified expert divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams. They’ll discuss what you should look for, what you should avoid and common misconceptions. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/ Austin Divorce Lawyer Austin Divorce Attorney
Views: 315 Cristi Trusler
Can my spouse move away with my children? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Move cases are difficult, but typically, both parties will be required to stay in the county of divorce and contiguous counties, or whatever geographic restriction the parties have agreed to or that the court has ordered. But most of the time, one party is not going to be allowed to move with the children without the other party's consent or without a court order - which is fairly difficult to get. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 168 Cristi Trusler
What is community property and separate property? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Community property arises from the time of the marriage, so everything that you have earned and that your spouse has earned during the marriage is considered community property. If you two go out and buy a home together during the marriage, that home is going to be community property. And again I'm speaking very generally, but anything that either of you had before marriage or that has been given to you by gift or inheritance is separate property. Sometimes personal injury awards are separate property unless they are for lost wages. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 179 Cristi Trusler
Can I get a divorce in Texas while pregnant? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Technically, the answer to that is no. There are some circumstances under which, if you are pregnant and the person you are divorcing is not the father of the child and the father of the child is willing to sign an affidavit stating that they will take financial care of the child... that they will pay support and they're willing to come to court swearing that they will take care of that child who is their child, then the divorce may be granted. But for the most part, the divorce is not supposed to be granted if you are pregnant. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 133 Cristi Trusler
What happens to my health insurance after the divorce? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Well, that depends. If your health insurance is provided through your employer or is a private policy, then probably nothing will happen to your health insurance unless you decide to change it. If you are on your spouse's health insurance, then you will not be allowed to continue on your spouse's health insurance once the divorce is final. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 130 Cristi Trusler
Estate Planning Attorney - Austin No Nonsense Texas Wills
 
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Getting a Texas Will done the right way by an Estate Planning Attorney in Austin doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. To find out how the No Nonsense Texas Wills process is different and how it can work for you. Call (512) 481-0330 or visit: http://www.nononsensetexaswills.com/ Many people have some wrong ideas about estate planning. And that's understandable if you get your information from sources that, while well intentioned, may be simply repeating hearsay. These sources can include friends, neighbors, relatives, television, magazines, newspapers and, yes, even the internet. Let's look at some of these misconceptions and set the record straight. I have a will so my family will avoid probate when I die. Actually, a will only works if your property goes through probate after you die. Probate is the legal process through which the court makes sure that after your death your debts are paid, that your will is legally valid, and then that your assets are distributed according to the instructions in your will. So that rather than avoiding probate a will is really a set of instructions to the probate court and only works if there is a probate. I don't have a will, so my family will not have to go through probate. If you own assets in your name and you don't have a will, the state in which you live has one for you-- and it is enforced through the probate court. The bigger problem, however, is that the state's will probably won't be what you would have wanted. For example, in many states if you are married and have children, each will receive a share of your estate. This often results in your spouse not having enough to live on and, if the children are minors, the court will set up expensive guardianships for their inheritances. Also, the laws in most states allow for the inheritance of property only by bloodline or marriage, so an unmarried partner or close friend would not receive anything. If I become incapacitated, my executor will be able to handle my financial affairs. Unfortunately, any instructions in your will are ignored if you become incapacitated. That's because a will can only go into effect after you die; it is of no use before then. Unless you make other arrangements, the court will likely appoint an individual to take control of your assets and your care if you become unable to conduct business due to incapacity. After appointment of this individual or individuals, commonly referred to as a conservator or guardian, the court will continue to supervise the actions of the conservator or guardian. Joint ownership is a good way to avoid probate. It is true that joint ownership with right of survivorship allows the jointly owned asset to transfer automatically to the other joint owner when one owner dies, without probate. However, if both owners die at the same time or if the surviving owner does not add a new joint owner before he/she dies, the asset will have to go through probate before it can go to the heirs. So, in most cases, joint ownership merely postpones probate. I don't need to do any estate planning because I own much less than the federal estate tax exemption. Don't confuse estate planning with estate tax planning. Estate planning is about making sure your assets will go to the people you want to have them with the least amount of delay and costs. Good estate planning also includes a plan for incapacity. This is something everyone needs to do, regardless of the size of your estate. And while most people are now exempt from federal estate taxes (the exemption is above $5 million), you may need to plan for state death or inheritance taxes, which typically have a much lower exemption. Other phrases you may have used to find this video: estate planning attorney austin tx estate planning austin tx austin will Need more information about estate planning? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estate_planning Find more helpful videos on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TruslerLegal You can find a direct link to this video on Youtube here:
Views: 1162 Cristi Trusler
Will everything be split 50/50 in my divorce? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Not necessarily. Texas calls for a "just and right division" of your property, but that's not necessarily 50-50. At the time you divorce, both of you have a 50% undivided interest in the community estate. If your case ends up in front of a Judge, then the Judge will make a "just and right division" of your estate. That may be a 50/50 split, it may be a 60/40 split or it may be something else. Although in Travis County, it's rare for us to see greater than a 60/40 split unless there is extreme misbehavior or waste by one of the parties. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 178 Cristi Trusler
Children’s Issues | Austin Divorce Seminar
 
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If you have children, then you’re likely concerned about the issues in your divorce that will impact them. Listen to 3 Board Certified expert divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams discuss children related issues in divorce. They’ll discuss the issues you’ll need to decide and the common problem areas. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/
Views: 174 Cristi Trusler
Are step parents responsible for child support? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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No, step parents are not responsible for child support unless they have been named a conservator of the child by a court and ordered to pay support or they have actually adopted the child. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 298 Cristi Trusler
Same Sex Divorce Options | Austin Divorce Lawyer Seminar
 
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Three Board Certified expert divorce lawyers, Cristi Trusler, Amanda Andrae, and Melissa Williams discuss divorce for same sex couples. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) couples don't necessarily have the same divorce options in Texas that straight couples have. Find out what you can do. Other divorce related educational videos are available at the Austin Divorce Seminar website here: http://www.austindivorceseminar.com/
Views: 4066 Cristi Trusler
How do I prove Texas residency? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Generally residency is looked at as where you receive your mail, what the address is on your drivers license, where you reside the majority of the year. For military members, that sometimes differs. If they're deployed and they can still claim Texas as their home state and where they reside when they're not deployed, then they can still get a divorce in Texas. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 251 Cristi Trusler
Can I get an appointed lawyer? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Texas does not provide court appointed lawyers in divorce cases. If you qualify, you may be able to get assistance from Legal Aid or some other non-profit, but typically, the income requirements are pretty stringent to qualify for getting a pro bono lawyer. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 65 Cristi Trusler
Can I change my name after the divorce? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Typically, you can change your name pursuant to a divorce if you go back to a former name. So, you can go back to your maiden name, or any other former name, but you can't change your name to whatever you would want to change it to. And so usually this applies to the wife or the female in the divorce. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 81 Cristi Trusler
Is a step parent's income included in child support calculations? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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No, a step parent's income is not included in child support calculations unless they have adopted the child as their own. Their income cannot be looked at for child-support purposes. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 172 Cristi Trusler
Is there legal separation in Texas? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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No, there's no legal separation in the state of Texas. You're either married or you're not married. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 5300 Bee Cave Rd Building 3 Suite 250 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 178 Cristi Trusler
Austin Divorce Lawyer - Call (512) 309-7747 for Expert Family Law Help
 
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BetterDivorceAustin.com - Are you facing the possibility of divorce? Get answers now from Austin Divorce Lawyer, Cristi Trusler. You can find tons of free resources at http://www.betterdivorceaustin.com or call (512) 309-7747 to schedule some time to discuss your situation. —————————————————————— What type of Austin Divorce Attorney should you hire? A lamb, a pit bull or a fox? The fox identifies that it's consistently more suitable to get to an affordable arrangement as opposed to litigating as well as leaving it as much as a court to choose your household's future. Nevertheless, if an affordable arrangement isn't really feasible, the fox is readied to properly prosecute the instance in court. If it ideal offers her customer, the fox lawyer will certainly be assertive and also stand her ground. Pit bulls are rather the reverse of lambs. They are likewise far more typical. Pit bulls have the credibility and reputation for ferocious strikes as well as unrelenting quest of their victim without idea. In a similar way, legal representatives in this group have the tendency to take terrific satisfaction in battling as well as injuring. These lawyers get their “bad child” credibility and reputation, as well as the concern it evokes in whomever they are dealing with beyond of the court room. To the unskilled, this could appear like a great technique. However, this strategy can be damaging to the customer. Foxes are distinct animals. They are usually recognized as being “shrewd” or “smart.” They are extremely smart, believing pets. Legal representatives that act like foxes have the ability to view the big picture. She is consistently familiar with the repercussions that her activities carry her customer. The insight the fox provides is well considered and also well balanced, and also she constantly has her customer's benefit in mind. Lambs are accommodating and also mild pets. They are commonly illustrated standing for peace as well as consistency. Legal representatives that I classify as lambs behave in a comparable style. Lambs are not aggressive, they are responsive. They choose to prevent fight, however rather look for the path of least resistance. Usually, these lawyers will certainly stay clear of litigating to attempt a situation, commonly suggesting their customers to, even if it is not in their benefit. The good news is for their customers, legal representatives which are lambs do not last in business long. I have actually collaborated with a bunch of separation attorneys throughout the years and also it's secure to state that not all are developed equivalent. As a matter of fact, there are most likely equally as numerous designs as there are lawyers. Normally, I have actually discovered that the majority of the attorneys match among 3 classifications. I explain each of these classifications as a various pet. I call them the lamb, the pit bull and also the fox. Sadly, many individuals dealing with separation assume they require a pit bull legal representative. They really want somebody that is vigorous. This is the incorrect point to seek. You desire an assertive attorney, not always somebody that is mindlessly assertive. There is a huge distinction. You desire a fox. My suggestions to you is to prevent the lambs as well as the pit bulls when you're looking for a separation legal representative. Find yourself a fox. Pit bulls will certainly usually battle to the fatality, no matter that obtains pain, including themselves. It is this characteristic that regularly leads pit bull legal representatives to suggest a customer to decline a negotiation so they have a chance to fight in court. Oftentimes, their vision as well as “out for blood” mindset could show rather pricey to the customer. —————————————————————— Other searches used to find this video: Divorce Lawyers in Austin, TX Divorce Attorneys in Austin, TX Top Divorce Attorney Austin Best Divorce Lawyer Austin Want to learn more about divorce and family law in general? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divorce You can also subscribe and see our other Austin divorce videos on our Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TruslerLegal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o84TQryldaY
Views: 11230 Cristi Trusler
Trusler Legal Reviews from Real Austin Clients
 
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One of the best ways to find the right Austin divorce lawyer is to read reviews from past clients. Choosing someone to guide you through the divorce process is one of the most important decisions that you'll make during your divorce. Reading the reviews from past clients is important, but it's only a first step. Cristi Trusler recommends that you speak to more than one attorney before hiring anyone. The divorce process is complicated and personal. You should make sure that you find someone to work with that you're comfortable with. You can schedule some time to talk to Cristi Trusler about your situation here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/consult.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 126 Cristi Trusler
Free 15 Minute Phone Consultation with Austin Divorce Lawyer
 
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Get a free 15 minute phone consultation with Austin Divorce Attorney Cristi Trusler. http://www.truslerlegal.com/ Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330
Do I have to live in Texas to file for divorce there? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Not necessarily, only one party has to live in Texas to acquire jurisdiction here and the rule basically is, at least one of the parties has to have live in the state of Texas for the six months preceding the filling for divorce and live in the county where you're filling for at least 90 days. So if you were a resident at the time when you file and you later moved away, your divorce could still be granted or if you've moved away but your spouse still resides in Texas you could get a Texas divorce. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
Views: 67 Cristi Trusler
Round Rock Divorce Lawyer Offers Free 15 Minute Strategy Session
 
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Round Rock divorce lawyer, Cristi Trusler, is offering free 15 minute Divorce Strategy Sessions via phone or Skype. These sessions let you discuss your situation, figure out your next step and allows you to get a feel for whether or not it’s a good fit. Go here to schedule your free 15 minute Divorce Strategy Session: http://www.truslerlegal.com/15minrr.htm
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What counties do you practice in? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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My primary practice is in Travis, Williamson and Hays counties. Occasionally, I do go to Bastrop and Comal counties. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
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Can we hire one attorney? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Many people want to know if they can hire one attorney to handle both sides of their divorce. Austin divorce lawyer Cristi Trusler answers this question that's commonly misunderstood. You can find the answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
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How are pets handled during a divorce? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Most of us feel very strongly about our pets. As harsh as this sounds, the Texas court system considers pets to be property. Despite that fact, we have done custody agreements for pets and made provisions for pets in the event of one of the owner's passing. So, if you're concerned about how your pets will be handled during your divorce, we can help. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
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When can I start dating? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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Generally speaking, I recommend that people do not date during their divorce. Sometimes that ship has already sailed, but I think the best advice to give people is to try and hold off and if you can't hold off, you need to be very, very discreet because it can complicate your divorce. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
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