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    • Grounds for Divorce in Texas

      What are Grounds for Divorce? What does it mean when someone talks about the “grounds for a divorce?” Simply put, the “grounds“ for the divorce means the reason someone is asking for the divorce. When ...

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    • What Is Adultery?

      Adultery is a term that dates back to the days of the Old Testament and is even listed as one of the Ten Commandments. But the legal understanding of adultery in Texas is a question that divorcing ...

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    • Ashley Madison Data Breach

      Tim: Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law Radio with David Bouschor. David, today one of the big stories that are out there is the Ashley Madison scandal and the fact that names have been ...

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    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

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    • Best Ways to Pick an Attorney

      There are numerous ways to find an attorney today. You can search the internet or ask people you know for recommendations of an attorney they have used or know about. The next question is, how do you ...

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    • Denton Attorney Selected as Texas Super Lawyer

      David S. Bouschor, II, a Denton Family Law Attorney, has once again been named a Texas Super Lawyer in the area of Family Law. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are ...

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    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

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    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

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    • Is There a Time Limit to Probate a Will?

      What Happens if a Will is not Probated Quickly? When someone dies with a Will, with few exceptions, the Will must be probated in order for their property/estate to be transferred to their loved ones ...

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    • Common Child Support Questions

      What is Child Support? Child support is covered by the Texas Family Code and is a payment that is made by a parent who is normally called the obligor to the parent who is normally called the obligee. ...

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    • Negotiation Tactics - State Bar Annual Meeting

      Denton Attorney David S. Bouschor II, who co-presented “Sex, War, and Negotiation: The ‘Texas Mafia’ Takes on The Harvard Project on Negotiation” at the Annual Meeting on Thursday discusses positional ...

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    • Denton Attorney Selected as Texas Super Lawyer

      David S. Bouschor, II, a Denton Family Law Attorney, has once again been named a Texas Super Lawyer in the area of Family Law. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are ...

      Read More
    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • The Ghost of “Old Man Evers” will return this Halloween!

      “Old Man Evers” will return to David S. Bouschor, II’s office on Halloween Halloween night will feature the annual visit of “Old Man Evers” to the old Evers Farmhouse on East Oak Street in Denton. The ...

      Read More
    • If You Smoke Pot, Can You Lose Custody of Your Kids?

      The question is more difficult than just a simple yes or no. While marijuana is being legalized in different forms in many states around the United States, the use of pot is still illegal in Texas. ...

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    • Common Child Support Questions

      What is Child Support? Child support is covered by the Texas Family Code and is a payment that is made by a parent who is normally called the obligor to the parent who is normally called the obligee. ...

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    • Child Custody - Equal Parenting vs Co-Parenting

      One of the areas in child custody matters that is being advocated by certain groups is to have what has been called an equal parenting plan. It is a plan where the actual, physical time a child spends ...

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    • If You Smoke Pot, Can You Lose Custody of Your Kids?

      The question is more difficult than just a simple yes or no. While marijuana is being legalized in different forms in many states around the United States, the use of pot is still illegal in Texas. ...

      Read More
    • Common Child Support Questions

      What is Child Support? Child support is covered by the Texas Family Code and is a payment that is made by a parent who is normally called the obligor to the parent who is normally called the obligee. ...

      Read More
    • Child Custody - Equal Parenting vs Co-Parenting

      One of the areas in child custody matters that is being advocated by certain groups is to have what has been called an equal parenting plan. It is a plan where the actual, physical time a child spends ...

      Read More
    • If You Smoke Pot, Can You Lose Custody of Your Kids?

      The question is more difficult than just a simple yes or no. While marijuana is being legalized in different forms in many states around the United States, the use of pot is still illegal in Texas. ...

      Read More
    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • Common Child Support Questions

      What is Child Support? Child support is covered by the Texas Family Code and is a payment that is made by a parent who is normally called the obligor to the parent who is normally called the obligee. ...

      Read More
    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • Common Child Support Questions

      What is Child Support? Child support is covered by the Texas Family Code and is a payment that is made by a parent who is normally called the obligor to the parent who is normally called the obligee. ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

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    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

      Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

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    • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

      Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

      Read More
    • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

      Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

      Read More
    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • When Is a Will Contested?

      Wills are contested sometimes just because people don’t like them. But generally, those types of will contests don’t go very far. The Wills that are signed a week before somebody dies are always ...

      Read More
    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

      Read More
    • Texas Collaborative Divorce: Information Disclosure and Effect of Agreement

      There are many benefits to divorcing couples who choose to use the Collaborative Divorce Process. Those benefits begin with an agreement to not go to court–not going to court can result in cost ...

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    • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

      When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • What Should You Know About Selecting an Impartial Dispute Resolution Facilitator (Mediator)?

      Impartial Third Parties (Mediators) in Alternative Dispute Resolution Courts may refer a pending case to what is called Alternative Dispute Resolution. A neutral and specially trained facilitator ...

      Read More
    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

      Read More
    • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

      What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

      Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

      Read More
    • Parental Kidnapping is a Serious Issue in North Texas

      Parental kidnapping is one of the great tragedies that occur when a divorce turns messy. A representative example of this was when an Amber Alert was issued several years ago for Jessica Smith , an ...

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    • Good Parenting During a Divorce – 10 Tips for Parents

      The most important consideration for divorcing couples is to limit the impact on their children. At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, we understand that while children will be impacted, parents who ...

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    • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

      Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

      Read More
    • Texas Collaborative Divorce: Information Disclosure and Effect of Agreement

      There are many benefits to divorcing couples who choose to use the Collaborative Divorce Process. Those benefits begin with an agreement to not go to court–not going to court can result in cost ...

      Read More
    • Good Parenting During a Divorce – 10 Tips for Parents

      The most important consideration for divorcing couples is to limit the impact on their children. At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, we understand that while children will be impacted, parents who ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • What Happens to Inherited Property After Divorce?

      Question: My spouse and I have concluded that we are no longer willing to continue our marriage. I have some property I inherited a number of years ago from my grandparents. Is my spouse entitled to ...

      Read More
    • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

      When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • The History of the Evers House

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Radio with David Bouschor. Today we’re talking about David’s office building. This is a historic building just off the downtown square, and David, to the ...

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    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • 4 Common Holiday Parenting Mistakes

      Divorce and The Santa Clause In the holiday classic, The Santa Clause , Tim Allen’s character is a divorced father who inadvertently becomes Santa Claus. Tim Allen’s pre-Santa Claus character makes ...

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    • How Do I Know If a Guardianship is Needed for a Family Member or Friend?

      At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, we deal with difficult life decisions for the elderly and young or other incapacitated adults on a daily basis. One of the most difficult situations in which ...

      Read More
    • Is There a Time Limit to Probate a Will?

      What Happens if a Will is not Probated Quickly? When someone dies with a Will, with few exceptions, the Will must be probated in order for their property/estate to be transferred to their loved ones ...

      Read More
    • 4 Common Holiday Parenting Mistakes

      Divorce and The Santa Clause In the holiday classic, The Santa Clause , Tim Allen’s character is a divorced father who inadvertently becomes Santa Claus. Tim Allen’s pre-Santa Claus character makes ...

      Read More
    • What Should You Know About Selecting an Impartial Dispute Resolution Facilitator (Mediator)?

      Impartial Third Parties (Mediators) in Alternative Dispute Resolution Courts may refer a pending case to what is called Alternative Dispute Resolution. A neutral and specially trained facilitator ...

      Read More
    • The Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C. Makes “Best Law Firms” List

      In addition to the news that Attorney David S. Bouschor, II was selected by Best Lawyers® for inclusion on its Best Lawyers in America© list, we are very proud to announce that our firm was again ...

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    • Attorney David S. Bouschor, II Recognized by Best Lawyers®

      The team here at the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II P.C. is pleased to congratulate our lead attorney, David S. Bouschor, II, P.C. for making it on the Best Lawyers in America © list thanks to ...

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    • What is a Grey Divorce?

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Radio. Today we’re talking with David Bouschor about a new phenomenon that’s called the Grey Divorce. And this is an area where you see a lot of divorces ...

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    • Grey Divorce: Separate vs. Community Property

      What is Grey Divorce? With a demographic trend of an increased divorce rate among the “Baby Boomers,” the ability of a law firm to recognize and properly handle the special issues in a “Grey Divorce” ...

      Read More
    • Grey Divorce

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law Radio. Today we’re talking with David Bouschor about Grey Divorce. That’s a terminology that is really been coming into play quite a bit here as Baby ...

      Read More
    • How Do I Know If a Guardianship is Needed for a Family Member or Friend?

      At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, we deal with difficult life decisions for the elderly and young or other incapacitated adults on a daily basis. One of the most difficult situations in which ...

      Read More
    • The Ghost of “Old Man Evers” will return this Halloween!

      “Old Man Evers” will return to David S. Bouschor, II’s office on Halloween Halloween night will feature the annual visit of “Old Man Evers” to the old Evers Farmhouse on East Oak Street in Denton. The ...

      Read More
    • 4 Common Holiday Parenting Mistakes

      Divorce and The Santa Clause In the holiday classic, The Santa Clause , Tim Allen’s character is a divorced father who inadvertently becomes Santa Claus. Tim Allen’s pre-Santa Claus character makes ...

      Read More
    • What Happens to Inherited Property After Divorce?

      Question: My spouse and I have concluded that we are no longer willing to continue our marriage. I have some property I inherited a number of years ago from my grandparents. Is my spouse entitled to ...

      Read More
    • Negotiation Tactics - State Bar Annual Meeting

      Denton Attorney David S. Bouschor II, who co-presented “Sex, War, and Negotiation: The ‘Texas Mafia’ Takes on The Harvard Project on Negotiation” at the Annual Meeting on Thursday discusses positional ...

      Read More
    • Grounds for Divorce in Texas

      What are Grounds for Divorce? What does it mean when someone talks about the “grounds for a divorce?” Simply put, the “grounds“ for the divorce means the reason someone is asking for the divorce. When ...

      Read More
    • Navigating the Maze of Divorce

      What You Should Know About the Law & Your Options in Divorce Divorce can be complicated no matter how amicable the parties are, so it is important to know the basics. This general overview is ...

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    • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

      When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

      Read More
    • Negotiation Tactics - State Bar Annual Meeting

      Denton Attorney David S. Bouschor II, who co-presented “Sex, War, and Negotiation: The ‘Texas Mafia’ Takes on The Harvard Project on Negotiation” at the Annual Meeting on Thursday discusses positional ...

      Read More
    • Denton Attorney Selected as Texas Super Lawyer

      David S. Bouschor, II, a Denton Family Law Attorney, has once again been named a Texas Super Lawyer in the area of Family Law. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are ...

      Read More
    • David S. Bouschor II Recognized for 25 Years of Legal Service

      David S. Bouschor II, has been honored by Martindale-Hubbell in celebration of 25 years of law practice. Bouschor is a board-certified family law attorney and has been a member of the State Bar of ...

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    • Bouschor Family Law Radio: Law Firm Awards

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law radio, with David Bouschor. David, today, we’re talking about a designation, or recognition, that you and your office received recently as a Best ...

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    • What Should You Know About Child Support?

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law Radio. Today we’re talking about child support, and there are a lot of questions out there around child support, particularly for someone who’s facing ...

      Read More
    • What is a Grey Divorce?

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Radio. Today we’re talking with David Bouschor about a new phenomenon that’s called the Grey Divorce. And this is an area where you see a lot of divorces ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

      When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

      Read More
    • When Is a Will Contested?

      Wills are contested sometimes just because people don’t like them. But generally, those types of will contests don’t go very far. The Wills that are signed a week before somebody dies are always ...

      Read More
    • What Happens to Inherited Property After Divorce?

      Question: My spouse and I have concluded that we are no longer willing to continue our marriage. I have some property I inherited a number of years ago from my grandparents. Is my spouse entitled to ...

      Read More
    • What is a Grey Divorce?

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Radio. Today we’re talking with David Bouschor about a new phenomenon that’s called the Grey Divorce. And this is an area where you see a lot of divorces ...

      Read More
    • Grey Divorce: Separate vs. Community Property

      What is Grey Divorce? With a demographic trend of an increased divorce rate among the “Baby Boomers,” the ability of a law firm to recognize and properly handle the special issues in a “Grey Divorce” ...

      Read More
    • Best Ways to Pick an Attorney

      There are numerous ways to find an attorney today. You can search the internet or ask people you know for recommendations of an attorney they have used or know about. The next question is, how do you ...

      Read More
    • Grey Divorce

      Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law Radio. Today we’re talking with David Bouschor about Grey Divorce. That’s a terminology that is really been coming into play quite a bit here as Baby ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • The Ghost of “Old Man Evers” will return this Halloween!

      “Old Man Evers” will return to David S. Bouschor, II’s office on Halloween Halloween night will feature the annual visit of “Old Man Evers” to the old Evers Farmhouse on East Oak Street in Denton. The ...

      Read More
    • If You Smoke Pot, Can You Lose Custody of Your Kids?

      The question is more difficult than just a simple yes or no. While marijuana is being legalized in different forms in many states around the United States, the use of pot is still illegal in Texas. ...

      Read More
    • Peer Reviews

      from Lawyers.Com • • • by Sole Practitioner in Family Law David Bouschor is one of the finest lawyers, legal knowledge, talent, and ethics, that I have ever had the pleasure of working with as ...

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    • What Should You Know About Selecting an Impartial Dispute Resolution Facilitator (Mediator)?

      Impartial Third Parties (Mediators) in Alternative Dispute Resolution Courts may refer a pending case to what is called Alternative Dispute Resolution. A neutral and specially trained facilitator ...

      Read More
    • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

      The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

      Read More
    • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

      When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

      Read More
    • Why Do You Need a Will?

      Why Do You Need a Will? It’s very important to have a Will because the Texas legislature did not have your specific family in mind when they came up with the rules for intestate succession. Intestate ...

      Read More
    • When Is a Will Contested?

      Wills are contested sometimes just because people don’t like them. But generally, those types of will contests don’t go very far. The Wills that are signed a week before somebody dies are always ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Arise if You Die Without a Will?

      In Texas, if you die without a Will, then you are stuck, so to speak with what the State of Texas has determined should be the distribution of your estate. This situation can also arise when you have ...

      Read More
    • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

      When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

      Read More
    • Why Do You Need a Will?

      Why Do You Need a Will? It’s very important to have a Will because the Texas legislature did not have your specific family in mind when they came up with the rules for intestate succession. Intestate ...

      Read More