What You Need to Know About Grandparents & Visitation

Posted on : April 27, 2015

Divorces are often complex and emotionally draining, especially when there are children involved. Although child visitation issues are common between the divorcing parents, few people think about grandparents and their potential rights to visitation. In cases where a grandparent is being cut off from their grandchild, regardless of a positive relationship with them, the grandparent […]

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What is the Difference Between Court Ordered & Contractual Alimony?

Posted on : April 14, 2015

If you were not the primary wage earner in the household during your marriage, you may be able to get alimony during your divorce. Alimony is designed to assist individuals who are coming out of a marriage to learn to live independently and to help provide for many financial needs while you get back on […]

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What to Do When CPS Gets Involved

Posted on : March 13, 2015

Family issues can be frustrating and heart-wrenching in and of themselves. However, when Child Protective Services (CPS) gets involved, the situation can escalate and become even more difficult to handle. If CPS has gotten involved with your family, here’s what you need to know and what to do to protect your rights. 1. CPS Will […]

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What You Need to Know About Property Division in Texas

Posted on : March 12, 2015

Property division is a sensitive issue in a divorce, and things can get heated quickly. Texas laws regarding property division are unique, and it’s important that you consult with an experienced Texas divorce lawyer to determine how the state’s property division laws will affect you and your divorce. Texas is a “Community Property” State In […]

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What Is an Annulment in Texas?

Posted on : March 6, 2015

In Texas, an annulment is a way of “canceling” or “voiding” a marriage. Whereas a divorce will end a marriage, an annulment is saying the marriage never really happened. Although an annulment may be a viable option for some couples who wish to separate after getting married, not everyone is eligible for an annulment. Here’s […]

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