Our New Office Now Next to Tarrant Family Law Courthouse, Can Help You In Court with Emergencies and Hearings
Often, the most difficult part of ending a marriage is realizing you will now have to share parenting time with your minor child with your soon-to-be ex-spouse.
We are located in the Pier 1 Bldg. 100 Energy Way, Suite 2000, Ft Worth, a 20 story building on the west end of downtown. Our building has remained open during this outbreak – until now.
Within the area of family law, there is no issue more emotional or potentially contentious than the issue of child custody. Whether the issue comes up during a divorce or paternity action...
If you are struggling with the decision to end your marriage or not, you are undoubtedly considering a wide range of factors that will impact your decision.
When the parents of a minor child decide to call their marriage quits, the divorce process that follows can be amicable or adversarial.
When the parents of a minor child live together, both parents are assumed to be contributing to the financial support and emotional growth of the child.
Going through a divorce is emotionally exhausting. It is perfectly normal to be worried about the outcome of the legal process or to want to vent to anyone willing to listen.
Until relatively recently, parental roles were fairly rigidly set, both by society and by the law. Fathers were supposed to support the family while mothers stayed home and raised the children.
There is no doubt that adultery can be a major factor in the end of a marriage; however, does adultery have an equal impact in the subsequent divorce?
A divorce is never easy for anyone involved – particularly the children if they are still minors. If you have already made the decision to pursue a divorce...