Child support, in most cases, is a simple calculation with predeterimed parameters established, though minor elements and situations do cause variances. In most cases, the paying party is responsible for […]

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Recently, it has become more difficult for grandparents to be awarded rights to possession. Texas law typically awards access to a grandchild only if at least one biological or adoptive […]

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Adoptions can be a very joyous time, but due to the legal procedures and forms both before and after the adoption, a family lawyer is necessary. Due to the multiple […]

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During a divorce, spousal support is not a standard, guaranteed privilege to a party. They must meet one of the following categories: 1.The paying spouse was convicted of family violence […]

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A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is a court order issued at the time a divorce petition is filed to prevent either party from withholding from the other. This includes selling […]

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The Cost of Contested Divorce and the Process of Retaining an Attorney Divorces can be emotional, painful and sometimes bitterly fought. Every divorce is somewhat unique and while some can […]

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In certain cases, an annulment can be issued instead of a traditional divorce. In Texas, the minimum age for marriage is 14, therefore, anyone under 14 can have an annulment. […]

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There are 4 different types of divorces, which can determine the ease, time and division of property when dealing with the divorce hearings. Here, we define the different types and […]

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As with most family law cases, each situation is different and needs a consultation to discuss in detail. Visitation rights are normally awarded to the parent who does not win […]

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Are you a stepparent that is trying to gain custody? Schedule a consultation to learn specific details about your case, but here are the general proceedings for step-parent adoptions:   […]

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