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Attorney Rachel Moyle & Attorney Susannah Stinson Named 2019 Super Lawyers® Members
Attorney Rachel Moyle & Attorney Susannah Stinson Named 2019 Super Lawyers® Members

You might already know that Attorney Rachel Moyle and Attorney Susannah Stinson of Stinson Moyle in Austin are Board Certified Specialists in Family Law . But did you also know they are highly decorated attorneys who have been recognized and honored by Super Lawyers® and ...

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    You might already know that Attorney Rachel Moyle and Attorney Susannah Stinson of Stinson Moyle in Austin are Board Certified Specialists in Family Law . But did you also know they are highly ...

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  • Holiday Visitation and Custody

    Make Your Holiday Joyous with a Smooth Transition Setting up a convenient and mutually beneficial holiday schedule can be difficult in the first years after a divorce. If you can create a simple ...

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    Divorce impacts the lives of all involved, but for the stay at home parent, a divorce can create financial turmoil. Most stay at home parents are women, who already face a significant wage gap in the ...

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  • The Benefits and Drawbacks of a Collaborative Divorce

    When is a collaborative divorce not recommended? Collaborative divorce offers an alternative to the typical divorce litigation process. With a collaborative divorce, you and your spouse will work ...

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