Duffee + Eitzen Blog
Duffee + Eitzen hosts the Dallas Baylor Lawyer Network Reception
“Details of Divorce You Need to Know” – Melinda Eitzen Speaks on the Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Stratton
Divorce Deconstructed: How to prepare for a favorable outcome
by Lisa Duffee When “I do” becomes “I’m done” Let me be clear, there is nothing easy about divorce. It will...
Privacy and Technology in Your Practice: Why it Matters & Where is the Risk
Montana Collaborative Professionals- Divorce Differently
October 2nd & 3rd: Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training Join Montana Collaborative Professionals to learn the power of the team model for...
Emergency Ex Parte Applications for TROs- AS SEEN IN HEADNOTES
T. Hunter Lewis to Speak at Dallas Bar Association’s first-ever Technology Summit
T. Hunter Lewis will be speaking at an upcoming program at the Belo Mansion on September 13th – The Dallas Bar...
Melinda Eitzen, T.Hunter Lewis, and Marilea W. Lewis selected to Superlawyers 2019
Family Violence: A Protective Order Could Save You From Being a Victim
She apologized… He had hit her in the face, knocking her unconscious… And she apologized. That very often is what happens...
What is my divorce going to cost?
How much will my divorce cost? It is one of the first questions I’m asked when meeting with a client for...
What You Should Know If You Are Considering Divorce
The decision to divorce is never an easy one. Emotions are likely to be intense on both sides, which makes it...
Post Divorce Checklist
There are many important items to consider when your divorce is final. Managing them all by yourself can feel overwhelming. Use the following checklist to determine key tasks that may need to be completed as you begin moving forward financially.
Deciding to Divorce: Not a Quick or Easy Decision
The decision to begin the divorce process can be frightening and the unknown overwhelming. In working with couples in divorce situations, it has been our experience that either one or both of them have known that the marriage was over for some time.
If It Is Not In Writing It Didn’t Happen
Parents tell me every day what a teacher or principal told them. Sometimes what I hear is shocking. Oftentimes I hear something that does not match what the law requires. But when it comes time to prove it, it becomes a "he said – she said" match, which rarely ends well for parents.
Not Always Free to a Good Home – Your Pets in a Divorce
In the event you or someone you know are thinking about a divorce, consider what you want to do about your pets. While there is no standard possession schedule for pets after divorce, a skilled family law attorney can help you navigate the divorce process, weighing the facts that would lead to a favorable outcome.