Posts by Matt Grimshaw
I’m Being Stationed Elsewhere; Can You Help Me with My Custody Modification?
As an active duty servicemember, something you will always have to face is frequent relocation. Military personnel often find themselves receiving a permanent change of station, which means that they will need to move within the next coming weeks or months. While this is an expected part of military life, it can make things very…Read More
Will a Divorce Affect My Credit?
Getting a divorce does not directly affect your credit. So, you do not necessarily need to worry about whether you will wake up one day to your phone alerting you that your credit score has dropped due to your recent divorce. However, when you are thinking about filing for a divorce or going through the…Read More
Want a Smoother Divorce? Stay Offline
While you may be tempted to vent or see what your ex-spouse is up to on social media, it is recommended to stay offline during a divorce. The reason for this is because what you say or do on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or even email can be used against you if you are not…Read More
How Long Will My Divorce Take If I’m in the Military?
Once couples reach their breaking points, they often hope that the divorce process will be quick and over with, so that they can move on with their lives. While this is understandable, there may be many challenges and obstacles that arise, slowing down the process of their divorces. One of these challenges may be that…Read More
How Does the Uniformed Services Former Spouse’s Protection Act Affect the Outcome of a Divorce?
Ending a marriage is never easy, but negotiating the division of assets between a couple can make it even more difficult — especially if one spouse served or serves in the military. Most people are aware that those who are currently in or have been in the military are able to receive pension so long…Read More
How Will Divorce Affect My Taxes in San Antonio?
Tax season is not everyone’s favorite time of year. And if you recently went through a divorce in San Antonio, things will change a bit from what you are used to. Married couples can experience some significant tax breaks, such as receiving credits for income, education, adoption, child care, and more. Marriage almost gets treated…Read More
What Happens During a Home Study in San Antonio?
Adopting a child is such a selfless and fulfilling act – but that does not make the process any less overwhelming. There are quite a few laws and regulations you need to abide by, and the state of Texas also requires you to go through a home study before you are officially cleared and considered…Read More
When Can I Seek an Expanded Standard Possession Order?
There are a lot of parts of a divorce that can be challenging to handle. Asset division is usually a trigger; so, too, are discussions about spousal maintenance. But when children are involved and spouses are arguing over custody, stress levels can really flare up. Thankfully, Texas has some set rules in place for determining…Read More
A Rival Company Is Bashing Me on Social Media. What Can I Do?
Reading unkind words about you or your business on social media is never pleasant. When those words come from a rival company, it is not uncommon to feel even more unsettled. Consumers are entitled to their opinions about various businesses and their comments are generally not grounds for legal action. However, a rival business making…Read More
How Does the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Work?
If you are or are a spouse of someone who is on active military duty in San Antonio or elsewhere in the country, educating yourself about the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) is more than worthwhile. The law was created to provide active military members with extra protection and assistance in the event of financial…Read More