In Texas, how Is Child Support Calculated if I Have One Child in One Case and Two Other Prior Children with Another Woman?
In Texas, child support is calculated based on a percentage of the noncustodial parent's net monthly income. The percentage varies depending on the number of children that are subject to the child support order.Read More
What Is Mediation and Should I Go to Mediation in My Case?
Mediation is often a good option in divorces in Texas, as it can be a more cost-effective and less adversarial way to resolve disputes compared to going to court. Mediation involves a neutral third party, the mediator, who helps the parties negotiate a settlement agreement that is mutually acceptable to both parties.Read More
In Texas, How Do I Establish I Am the Legal Father of A Child when I'm Not Married to The Mother?
In Texas, if you are not married to the mother of a child, there are a few ways to establish legal paternity: 1. Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity: If both parents agree on who the biological father is, they can sign a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity form, which legally establishes the father's paternity.Read More
Is There a Drug Test that Can Detect Whether a Person Is Ingesting Shrooms?
Yes, to some extent. Psilocybin, the active ingredient in "magic mushrooms," is metabolized into psilocin in the body. While psilocybin and psilocin can be detected in blood, urine, and hair, standard drug tests do not typically include screening for these substances.Read More
Can a Judge Order That My Visitation Is Supervised by Someone? If So, Why?
Yes, a judge can order supervised visitation with a child in Texas under certain circumstances. Typically, this occurs when there are concerns about the safety or well-being of the child during visits with the non-custodial parent.Read More
Can I Change the Terms of A Prior Decree or Court Order that Set Custody, Visitation, and Child Support?
In Texas, the courts presume a final decree is the final word about cases. However, it is sometimes possible to modify a prior divorce decree through a legal process known as a modification suit.Read More
How Is Child Custody Determined In Texas?
While I cannot provide legal advice or guarantee a specific outcome of a case without discussing the facts in detail with a client, I can provide some general information on what factors may be considered in Texas when determining custody arrangements.Read More