5 Red Flags You Shouldn’t Ignore When Hiring a Lawyer

Hiring an attorney can be an intimidating process. If you are looking for a lawyer for a divorce or child custody case, or for another family law matter in Texas, you may feel particularly overwhelmed. The high emotions and high stakes of family law cases can cloud...

Can Stepparents Have Visitation Rights After a Divorce?

In Texas, When it comes to divorce, child custody, and visitation issues, most people think about how the divorced biological parents of children will navigate the legal complexities of these cases. However, there are potentially several other adults and caretakers...

What Rights Do Grandparents Have in a Divorce?

Discussion of divorces and custody often centers on parents. But families include other people, including grandparents who have taken an active interest in a child’s welfare. If you are considering a divorce, or are a grandparent with a child who is considering a...

What Happens When Co-Parents Disagree About Healthcare

If you share custody of your child or children with another parent, there are many important, yet challenging, conversations you will need to have with your co-parent regarding what is in your child’s best interests. One of the big topics of discussion will...

Is an Uncontested or Litigated Divorce Right For Me?

If you’re thinking about getting divorced in Texas, there are multiple options available to you. In Texas, there are several different types of divorce, including fault divorce, no-fault divorce, default divorce, uncontested divorce, mediated divorce, litigated...

Types of Divorce in Texas

Few things about the divorce process are easy, but divorce can be more simple when you understand the options available to you. Many people don’t realize how many different types of divorce are available in Texas, and that not everything has to end up in the...

How to Choose a Lawyer for Your Child Custody Case

In a child custody case, a family law attorney can help you negotiate with your co-parent, meet legal requirements, and present your case to the court. In some cases, such as instances of emotional or physical threat to the child, a lawyer can also help you file for...

How a Texas Court Judge Decides Child Custody in a Divorce Case?

One of the most challenging aspects of navigating co-parenting with the mother or father of your child when you are no longer together is working out a child custody arrangement. Child custody and visitation agreements don’t just affect a parent’s ability...

How to File for Divorce in Texas

Considering filing for divorce in Texas? The cost and complexity of getting divorced and hiring a lawyer or attorney in the Lone Star State can vary widely based on several factors, including the number and type of assets involved, whether there are children in the...

7 Things to Know About Child Custody Laws in Texas

When divorces happen in families with children, it’s natural to have questions. Who will end up taking care of the children? How often can you see them? Do the children have any say in the matter? How will the parent child relationship be affected? Here’s an overview...