Do you have visitation rights to your children with your ex-spouse or ex-partner though you don’t have custody? Though many people use the word “custody” quite loosely, it is a word that people typically use to describe the parent that has the right to designate the child’s residence. What happens if you are exercising visitation […]
Your kids are important to you so I’m sure that you want to know how you can get or keep custody. Many clients often worry about how a judge or jury would decide on which parent would be awarded custody. It is important to point out that by “custody,” most people mean which parent gets […]
One of the most areas of Texas Family Law undergoing the most change is Grandparents Rights. In general, Grandparents have limited rights to their grandchildren. For most Grandparents, that is not a problem – they work out things with the kids and grand-kids just fine. However, sometimes grandparents don’t have great relationships with their children […]
In our Dirty Divorce Tricks blog series, we go over common plays that spouses do, in hopes they can receive a custody or financial gain or even to try to maintain their losses. In this blog, we will go over how some spouses will fake violence to win custody. The vast majority of the time […]
Parental alienation occurs when one divorcing parent attempts to create a relationship with the children that excludes the other parent from their lives.
Winning a custody battle isn’t always easy, and if this is your first time legally fighting for custody of your children, you’re likely suffering from some anxiety. In this article, we help arm you with 10 ways to win a custody battle. Learn more about how to help your custody case.
Alcohol abuse can be a huge issue in a custody battle. Parents with drug or alcohol abuse problems will generally not be given custody of their children.
Filling out a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) can seem overwhelming. will discuss some of the important information that you need regarding QDROs.
There are times when a parent does not comply with a court order to pay child support. Collection may be difficult when the parent has moved out of state but the UIFSA law addresses this issue.
Child support in Texas must be paid. Read about what factors go into determining how long you’ll have to pay it.