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Divorce

Either you are thinking of calling it quits or your spouse just served you with divorce papers. Whether it will be uncontested or a fight to the finish, the decisions you make during this time will have an enormous impact on you for the rest of your life. Click to read all about a Texas Divorce.

Child Custody and Visitation

Minimizing the impact of divorce on the children is important. The goal is to design a custody and visitation scheme that is in the best interests of the children. We also assist with modifications to existing orders and guardianship issues. Click to read about Texas child custody and visitation.

Child Support

The law provides for default child support dollar amounts but we may be able to deviate from these defaults to address your unique circumstances. If you need to establish support or change to already-established support amounts, we can help. Click to learn more about Texas child support laws.

Other Family Law Services…

We can assist you with a wide-variety of Family Law related issues. Call us today for Prenup/Postnup AgreementsGuardianship and Parental Rights, Court Order Modifications, Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, and more.

Consumer Protection

Has a business been deceptive or committed outright fraud against you? Have you been the victim of a scam? Do you have a situation where someone has breached a contract? Texas has some powerful laws that can help consumers like you make things right. Click to explore various remedies.

Personal Injury, Business, And More…

Although we are focused on Family and Consumer Law, contact us to see if we can help your different circumstances. Whether it is personal injury, a contract dispute, criminal matter, or legal questions in general, we can usually help you or get you in contact with someone who can.

 

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Texas recognizes different types of “Assault.” This blog post is limited to instances of assault that inflicts bodily injury. It does not cover other types of assault, such as offensive physical contact or threat of bodily injury, or claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress, false imprisonment, or premises liability. The simplest example of assault… Read More

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I love dogs. The majority of people love dogs – even the breeds that have a bad reputation. (The dogs, not the people). But even if you love dogs or any other domesticated animal, you don’t deserve to be injured by one. The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, a division of the Centers for… Read More

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The court that handles a divorce proceeding also determines who shall have custody of any children from the marriage. The term “custody,” in a divorce, often serves as shorthand for “who gets the children.” The vast majority of parents are awarded “joint custody” in a divorce, meaning that all rights and duties concerning the children… Read More

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Spousal Maintenance, which is also known as “alimony” or “spousal support,” is a payment ordered to be made from the future income of one spouse for the support of the other spouse. Although the parties in a divorce matter can agree to any type of support, known as “contractual maintenance,” the court is very limited… Read More

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Establishing Child Support The Primary Joint Managing Conservator, or the custodial parent generally has the right to receive child support on behalf of the child. The amount of support owed by the Possessory Conservator, or non-custodial parent will depend on the income of the non-custodial parent, as well as the number of children for whom… Read More

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There appears to be a public misconception when it comes to the primary residence of and/or visitation with a child who has reached the age of 12. The Texas Family Code states in part that “the public policy of this state is to: (1) assure that children have frequent and continuing contact with parents who… Read More

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