What You Need to Know About Texas Divorces

Posted on : May 5, 2020

Divorce in Texas isn’t like divorce in other states. While many of the aspects of Texas divorces are similar, there are unique aspects of marital dissolution in the “lone-star state” that you need to be aware of if you’re considering a divorce or are currently in the process of one. 1. You Might Not Get […]

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What You Need to Know About an Uncontested Divorce

Posted on : April 16, 2020

Deciding to end your marriage is a difficult decision indeed. However, if you and your ex-spouse are able to agree on the various aspects of your separation, such as child custody and property division, the entire process is bound to go much more smoothly. Here’s what you need to know about an uncontested divorce. What […]

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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 […]

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How to Lower Your Child Support Payments

Posted on : February 20, 2020

Lowering Your Child Support In a divorce that involves minor children, Texas courts will typically order the non-custodial parent to make a calculated child support payment to the primary custodial parent of the children in order to help pay for their food, clothing, housing and other basic necessities. The amount of the payments are determined […]

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Do I Need An Alimony Attorney?

Posted on : January 5, 2020

There are two sides to every alimony case. The side of the higher earning spouse who potentially could be mandated by the court to make alimony payments, and the side of the lesser earning spouse who potentially could receive said alimony payments. Regardless of what side of the alimony case you are on, it is […]

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