How Long Can My Children Receive Child Support?
When a divorce occurs, you have a lot of questions and concerns about the child support process. Many people do not know how long a duration their child will receive support, or how much or how little...Read More
Are There Advantages to Common Law Versus Traditional Marriage in TX?
Contrary to popular belief, living together for a prescribed time period does not automatically create a common law marriage. Any type of marriage is a legal relationship, subject to Texas legal...Read More
Not All Family Law Issues Need to Go to Court
Texas courtrooms are busy places and essential when addressing criminal complaints and child protection issues. Still, an experienced Dallas family law attorney would advise clients that busy court...Read More
Sealed TX Adoption Records Don’t Always Prevent Access to Vital Info
In accordance with Texas Family Code, Texas adoption and termination records are sealed. However, adoptees and both biological and adoptive family members may have good reason to view the information,...Read More
How Much Weight Do Texas Courts Place on Custody Wishes of the Children?
As a general rule, both parents know what is best for their children, but when parents decide to divorce, their opinions often diverge when it comes to child custody decisions. Many factors go into...Read More
Proposed Bill Would Make Divorce More Difficult and Expensive
One Texas State Representative closed out 2016 by proposing two Bills, according to an article in San Antonio Current.Read More
Grandparents Can Take Legal Action to Gain Access to the Children of Divorce
Even after divorce, parents generally recognize the importance of providing their children with quality time with both sets of grandparents. Unfortunately, the contentious nature of divorce sometimes...Read More
Dissolving Common Law Marriage is Still Divorce
Contrary to common myth, no TX law declares that two people are married under common law (known as informal marriage) just because they live together for a specific number of years. Particularly if...Read More
What Does Joint Custody Really Mean?
Few issues of divorce are as emotionally-charged as those that cause parents to lose time with their children. This is why many parents fight hard to gain sole custody of their children — or at...Read More
Spousal Support May Require Preparation for Independence During the Divorce Process
Not all parties of divorce are financially prepared to live on their own once the court signs the Final Decree of Divorce. However, according to the Texas Family Code, receipt of spousal maintenance...Read More