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Family violence is a real and present danger to many Texas Citizens. Thus, it is important to know what exactly constitutes family violence under Texas law, what individuals must report family violence, and to what authorities must the violence be reported to. To tackle all of this, let’s dive in...

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Oftentimes, many parents believe that unless a court order is given, child support payments do not need to be paid. These parents are mistaken and will be unpleasantly surprised with retroactive child support. This article will discuss what retroactive child support means and how is it determined...

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Divorce is one of the most emotional proceedings in Texas courts. What can make divorce an even more emotional happening is the possibility of supporting an ex-spouse, oftentimes in addition to the division of community property and the payment of child support. This can be overwhelming for the s...

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Circumstances arise in which parties are in need of immediate protection from certain individuals. Fortunately, the Texas Family Code provides an immediate response to potential danger and provides protection to a party, a child, or property. This protection comes in the form of a Temporary Restr...

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Any mention of bigamy at a gathering can easily spark a heated debate anywhere in Texas. The Texas family code makes it clear that an individual can only have one spouse. You cannot marry another person when you are still married to someone. But some people still choose to migrate around Texas an...

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It’s always best to hire an experienced divorce attorney in Sugar Land, Texas. Call (832) 410-8935. Our law firm will fight for your legal rights during your divorce proceeding. There is too much at risk during a divorce case.

You could lose your net worth, your child visitation rights, and much...

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Protecting the interests of a ward, or proposed ward is a Texas court’s primary interest. In order to protect those interests, the court may appoint individuals with distinct duties to represent a ward or proposed ward. Two of those individuals are called a guardian ad litem and an attorney ad li...

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Divorce is one of the most emotional proceedings in Texas courts. What can make divorce an even more emotional happening is the possibility of supporting an ex-spouse, oftentimes in addition to the division of community property and the payment of child support.

Learn more

Any mention of bigamy at a gathering can easily spark a heated debate anywhere in Texas. The Texas family code makes it clear that an individual can only have one spouse. You cannot marry another person when you are still married to someone. But some people still choose to migrate around Texas an...

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Family Law in Houston

Full service family law and divorce law firm in Houston. We service Harris County, Fort Bend County, and Montgomery County.

Home of the flat fee divorce (must meet certain qualifications). Call our office now for details (832) 410-8935.

  • Visit us online - This is our main website where we have a ton of info and articles about Texas Family Law and the Harris County Family Court System.
  • YouTube Channel - Several great videos to help you learn more about the divorce process in Houston.
  • Facebook - Many viral family law posts, including "The Top 7 Divorce Factors in Texas."
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