Can Parental Rights Be Terminated?

Posted on : March 20, 2020
In some family law cases in Texas, it becomes necessary and in the best interest of the child to terminate the rights of one or both parents. Rarely, the parent will relinquish their own rights via an affidavit. However, in the majority of cases, the court must legally terminate the rights of the parent(s) without […]

How Are Interstate Child Custody Issues Handled in Texas?

Posted on : November 30, 2019
Child custody matters are complex enough, but when you add another set of state laws to the mix, things can get really dicey. Here’s what you need to know about how Texas handles interstate child custody cases and how to get legal help protecting the rights of your family. Determining the Child’s Home State Two […]

3 of the Most Expensive Divorces of All Time

Posted on : September 9, 2015
The Cost Of Divorce There’s no doubt that divorces are incredibly expensive, especially without a prenuptial agreement. But these 3 divorces quite literally broke the bank! 1. Mel Gibson’s 2009 Divorce In 2009, Mel Gibson’s wife, Robyn Moore, filed for divorce after learning that Gibson had a child with another woman. The pair’s relationship lasted […]

Factors That Courts Use to Determine Child Custody

Posted on : February 19, 2015
Child custody is one of the most sensitive issues in a divorce. Child custody battles also take place when two unmarried individuals separate. If you are involved in a child custody case, it’s important to get solid legal support as soon as possible. By working with an experienced Corpus Christi child custody attorney from the […]

How to Modify Court Orders

Posted on : January 5, 2015
When a divorce is finalized, many court orders will go into effect. The court will specify how much child support is to be paid and when, how much alimony is to be paid and when, and who has primary custody of the minor children vs. visitation. These court orders are typically valid for many years, […]