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...
5 Questions to Ask a Frisco Father’s Rights Lawyer
If you are a father, and you find yourself dealing with issues relating to a divorce, child custody, child support, or similar legal issues, you may need the help of a father’s rights lawyer.
Do the Child’s Wishes Matter in A Custody Battle?
Making the decision to end a marriage is rarely easy. The divorce process that follows that decision can be amicable or acrimonious, depending on how the parties choose to proceed.
Things to Know About Child Support in Texas
A recent study revealed that millennial Americans are 50% less likely to get divorced. But while the younger generations are more committed to staying married...
Practical Warning- Possession of Illegal Items in Your Case
Sometimes, clients reveal that he or she has possession of items which they want to use as evidence against the other party but which were illegally obtained and which are illegal to possess.
Fort Worth Father’s Rights Lawyer — My Ex Won’t Let Me See the Kids
The process of divorce has an impact on everyone involved, including the minor children. Unfortunately, the impact of a divorce doesn’t always end when the divorce is finalized.
Fort Worth Father’s Rights Lawyer Answers Top 5 Questions
For the average person, the legal issues involved in a divorce can be confusing and complex. The entire legal system, in fact, can be difficult to navigate for someone who does not have any previous experience.
How Much Child Support Do I Have to Pay in Texas?
In the State of Texas, both parents of a minor child are expected to contribute to the financial support of the child until the child reaches the age of majority.
Can I Get My Child Support Lowered?
The law requires both parents to financially support a minor child until that child reaches the age of majority. When the parents do not live together...
How Much Do Child Custody Attorneys Charge?
Of all the potential legal issues in a divorce, custody of the minor children is the most likely to turn contentious. It is also the most likely to rear its head again long after the divorce is over.