What To Expect When Your Divorce Goes to Trial

Most divorces are settled between the former spouses. But sometimes, irreconcilable differences come up around complicated matters of property or custody. If your spouse is acting in bad faith and your case just won’t settle, despite all your best efforts, then...

Legal Options in a Domestic Violence Situation

Domestic Violence, also known as family violence, is relatively common in Texas. According to the Texas Council on Family Violence, about 1 in 3 Texans will become the victim of domestic violence at some point in their life. While many people associate domestic...

What Child Support Covers in Texas

Child support is court-ordered payment, typically due twice a month, that a non-custodial parent pays to support their child or children. In Texas, the court will determine the amount of child support due based on a formula. The parent with primary custody (or custody...

Navigating Child Custody in Texas

One of the hardest and most stressful parts of going through a divorce is working out a child custody arrangement. This agreement will impact your relationship with your children, and their future—here are some suggestions for how to navigate the process. How does...