In this issue: 2015 TX divorce law changes, protecting your financial info
In this issue: 2015 TX divorce law changes, protecting your financial info

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Founder of Guide To Good Divorce, Trey Yates, Texas board certified family law attorney
Trey Yates

2015 Texas Legislative Update:
Changes to the laws dealing with divorce and parent-child relationships

By Trey Yates, Board Certified Family Law Attorney
 Every other year, Texas legislators gather in Austin to make changes in the area of family law. The 2015 legislative session has now come to an end, and while there were a record number of changes made to the Texas Family Code, only a limited number will have a significant impact on existing laws dealing with divorce and parent-child relationships.
Here is what you need to know about 2015 changes to the Family Law Code in Texas.  (Read more)

Guide to Good Divorce seminars are designed to help woment effectively navigate the divorce process.
Guide to Good Divorce Seminars
For four years, the Guide to Good Divorce program has helped hundreds of women learn to successfully navigate the divorce process. Through quarterly seminars, they gain insights and knowledge from xperts on the topics of divorce law in Texas, divorce financial planning, self-care, and wellness. 
Patricia Barrett, CFP, CDFA
Patricia Barrett  CFP, CDFA

Safeguard your financial information while going through divorce
By Patricia Barrett
If you are considering separation or divorce, take steps now to protect your personal online and electronic information, especially with regard to your finances.  
In many of today's marriages, couples share a variety of online-accessible accounts and devices such as home computers/laptops, gaming consoles, social media, wireless networks, tablets, email, utility accounts and more. They may also share passwords that allow access to all of the above. This could become problematic if the divorce becomes contentious. (Read more)

Please join us for our next seminar,
Sat. Sept 26, 2015, at the Houstonian.

Our next seminar is Sat., Sept. 15, 2015, at the Houstonian. www.GuideToGoodDivorce.com.
Split Decisions The Troubled Relationship Between Women and Divorce The Guide to Good Divorce aims to guide women during one of the most trying periods in their lives.
Read what this Houstonia magazine reporter had to say when she attended one of our seminars anonymously.

from the American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersThis handbook explains what people face when considering or going through divorce. The laws and procedures of most states are taken into account, but this is not a guide to the law of any one state. A glossary of commonly used terms can be found at the back of the book. This handbook is no substitution for legal advice and is intended to help you and your lawyer work together more effectively.
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