2018 Kirker Davis Scholarship Award Winner

Posted on October 4, 2018 by Chris Kirker

Kirker Davis is pleased to announce our 2018 Scholarship Award winner, Ms. Adrienne Campbell. After carefully reviewing numerous submissions, Ms. Campbell, a native of Leslie, MO and third year student at Truman State University (’21), was awarded for her dedication to her studies, community, and desire to further her academic success. Ms. Campbell is working […]

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If your spouse acquired the home through inheritance, a court may find that the home is characterized as that spouse’s separate property. However, you may be able to pursue a reimbursement claim for having reduced the principal amount of the debt owed on the home if funds used for the mortgage payments came from your […]

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MY SPOUSE DIDN’T WORK, WHY IS MY SPOUSE OWED ANYTHING?

Posted on June 8, 2018 by Chris Kirker

For breadwinners of the family who are considering divorce, it can be frustrating to think that a non-working spouse may be entitled to a significant portion of your hard-earned wages. Understanding Texas community property concepts can help you move forward with the process and prepare a reasonable settlement proposal. In Texas, wages earned during the […]

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What Does “SAPCR” Mean?

Posted on June 1, 2018 by Chris Kirker

A “SAPCR” is a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship. More specifically, this type of lawsuit addresses the rights, duties, and obligations that a parent has with regard to a child. Here are some of the issues that will likely be addressed in a SAPCR: Conservatorship Will the parties be joint managing conservators, or will one […]

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