In the event of a divorce, almost all are always concerned about the children and the martial home. It makes sense to those going through divorce that the Courts will determine where the children will live and who they will live with by considering “the best interest of the child.” Now deciding who gets the […]
You may have read our first blog, “Is It Legal to Install a GPS Tracking Device on Your Spouse’s Car?“, reviewing when installing a GPS tracking device could be deemed legal. In this article, we will discuss what unlawful installation of tracking device is. We will also review the defenses to this charge. Finally, you […]
Individuals who own a business, own commercial or residential property, or earn rental income in the state of Texas may want to consider a prenuptial agreement to protect their assets in the event of a divorce. Here are some questions to consider when making this important decision: What is the Essence of a Texas Prenuptial […]
In our last blog, we went over Foreign Marriage Contracts and their implications, now let’s dive into the 7 steps of getting divorced abroad. 1) Find your spouse’s current address. You will need to give your spouse personal notice that you are filing for divorce, even if they still live abroad. This may be challenging […]
It depends on the consent of the person being tracked and ownership of the car if you can install a gps tracking device on spouse’s car.
Does adultery affect a divorce? Examine the 5 Factors that Courts Consider when deciding if it will.
Many Americans are divided on the issue of same sex relationships or whether or not same-sex couples should be allowed to get married.
Common law marriages in Texas are recognized. In order for a common law marriage to be established in Texas, a couple must agree that they are married and hold that out.
Moving out of the marital home can be stressful. What if a spouse locks the other out of the home? What if you cannot agree on who gets to keep the cat? Learn about how to defend yourself against a spiteful spouse.
Reimbursement claims against separate property and proving your separate property can get complicated. What happens if you’ve used your separate property to benefit your marriage? Learn more about how to protect your separate property from being divided with your spouse.