Can a Frisco Divorce Lawyer Help Me Modify Child Support?
When the parents of a minor child get divorced, or are not married to begin with, a court will impose a financial obligation on the non-custodial parent through the use of a child support order.schedule your appointment today.
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...
High Wage Earners: Child Support “Cap” – What You Should Know
The Texas Family Code periodically raises the cap amount for child support. The “cap” is currently $9,200.00 per month after having been $7,500 per month for many years.
Allen Child Custody Attorney Explains What to Expect from A Home Study
Few issues within a divorce have more potential to turn an amicable divorce into an adversarial battle than the issue of custody of the minor children
Fort Worth Fathers Rights Attorneys Explain the Ins and Outs of Custody
Anytime the parents of a minor child decide to separate or get divorced, the child will feel the impact of that decision.
Fee Reduction for New Matters
We know it is tough out there. Many people are being laid off, having their hours cut back, businesses forced to close.
The Texas Divorce Process — What You Need to Know to Get Started
If you have come to the difficult conclusion that your marriage is coming to an end, the next step is to prepare yourself for the divorce process.
Will My Wife Get the House in A Divorce?
In a high asset divorce, the most valuable assets are often the subject of disputes. The marital home, for example, is frequently the one asset neither spouse wants to give up.
Can Grandparents Be Awarded Visitation in Texas?
For many people, becoming a grandparent is one of the happiest moments of their lifetime. A grandchild often comes with the best of both worlds.
Child Custody Attorneys Prepare You for A Deposition
Litigation that involves your children is not something anyone wants to be involved in; however, when parents of a minor child cannot reach an amicable out of court agreement to a contested issue, litigation becomes necessary.