Contested or Uncontested Divorce

In the State of Texas, your divorce can be classified as either contested or uncontested. Uncontested divorces are when both parties agree on issues like child custody and support, asset and debt division, and alimony. However, when parties do not agree on these...

Uncontested Divorces

Getting a divorce is one of the top five most stressful events that can occur during your life. However, with the guidance of an experienced legal team and a little preparation, achieving a happy and healthy divorce is possible. The attorneys at Balekian Hayes, PLLC,...

6 Signs Your Marriage May Be Over

Courts across the country will begin the new year with a rise in divorce filings beginning in January and peaking in February through March. Because January is a time for making resolutions and planning for a new year, many couples may take this season to reevaluate...

What you need to know about Gray Divorce

Divorce rates may be dropping for young Americans, but they are almost doubling for couples over the age of 50, causing a rise in the phenomenon known as ‘Gray Divorce’. Roughly one in four divorces are  gray. Factors in the rise of gray divorce include the number...