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Explaining Mediation in Texas Family Law Courts

Almost all Texas Family Law cases go to mediation at some point during the life of a case. Most litigants agree to mediate but even if they do not, almost all Family Courts require mediation or severely limit your trial time if you decline it.

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General Instructions for Texas Court Hearings

This is a short letter giving you general instructions on how the court hearing process generally works. I will also give you a separate document with the specifics on how to testify in court. Please read both carefully and let us know if you have any questions. This applies if we have tried to reach an agreement with the other party but have been unable to do so.

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Why Might I Want to File a Fault Divorce in Texas?

After a married couple decides to end the marriage, the next step is to legally dissolve the marriage by filing for divorce.

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Why You Should Work with A Father’s Rights Divorce Attorney

If you are a father who is contemplating divorce, battling for custody, behind in child support payments, or otherwise embroiled in the legal system...

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I’m Behind on Child Support. What Should I Do?

If you are a non-custodial parent of a minor child, you are likely under a court order to pay child support for your child. That order was likely part of a divorce proceeding or the result of a petition to establish paternity of the minor child.

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Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney: Top 5 Questions Answered

Going through a divorce is rarely easy. Along with the emotional upheaval you feel as a result of the end of your marriage, you must also face the practical and legal consequences of the decision to end the marriage.

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Why Should I Hire a Fort Worth Father’s Rights Attorney?

Until relatively recently, divorce was relatively uncommon and was definitely frowned upon by society. When a couple did divorce, the outcome of the divorce was all but pre-determined with the mother...

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A Father’s Visitation Rights: What You Need to Know

Not all that long ago custom dictated that when the parents of a minor child separated the child would remain with the mother absent a compelling reason for the father to retain primary custody of the child.

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Dallas and Tarrant County EMERGENCY ORDERS Re Coronavirus Effect on Court Orders

As the Coronavirus increasingly disrupts our normal lives and routines, the Dallas and Ft Worth Family Courts have been issuing emergency orders to address some of the issues raised by school closings...

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Covid 19 — Can You Still File a Family Law Case?

Until we are told otherwise, I am still willing to meet in person with new clients in our office. If the county or State closes our physical location...

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