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Immigration Attorney

What Happens If My Application for Naturalization is Denied?

Posted by brian on February 18, 2019

The N-400 naturalization application is typically the last hurdle that lawful permanent residents must clear to become full-fledged United States citizens. This application process often involves overcoming rejections and denials. What is the N-400 Naturalization Application? The final step towards American citizenship is the N-400 naturalization application process often referred to as “Green Card Holders”. […]

Probate and Wills Lawyer Cedar Park
Probate, Wills and Trusts

What happens if a Will is not Probated in Texas?

Posted by brian on February 5, 2019

A will is created to ensure that a person’s estate is properly distributed when they die. In Texas, when a person dies, their will is submitted to the county’s probate court. Probate is the legal process that ensures that the court recognizes how the deceased wants the estate legally distributed. The probate process in Texas […]

Family Law Divorce Attorney Williamson County
Child Support, Divorce, Family Law

Consequences of not paying Child Support

Posted by brian on January 28, 2019

  Child support is a weekly or monthly support payment order that is meant to support minor children. Ignoring a child support order can reap very serious consequences. State and federal agencies are working in conjunction to penalize those who have delinquent child support payments. If you are in need of a good family lawyer, […]

Divorce Attorney Central Texas
Divorce, Property division

How can Adultery affect a Divorce in Texas

Posted by brian on January 21, 2019

  How property is divided during a divorce varies from state to state. In the state of Texas, adultery can play a huge role in how much the aggrieved party stands to get. While it is not considered a crime, adultery, under TPC § 6.003, is a violation of Texas’ civil laws. While many factors […]

Family Lawyer Cedar Park
Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

How to prove a Parent is ‘unfit’ to care for their Children

Posted by brian on January 14, 2019

One of the most heated battles in a family courtroom is when the custody of a child hangs in the balance. However, when custody is given to one parent, it doesn’t mean that there will not need to be modifications in the future. Everyone heads down different paths in life, and there may come a […]

Cedar Park Round Rock Immigration Attorney
Immigration Attorney

Can an Immigrant Get Residence in Texas?

Posted by brian on January 9, 2019

Everyone deserves the opportunity to come into the United States to make a better life for themselves and their family. If you are an immigrant who is residing in the state of Texas and want to get residence there, you have a few options. These include the ability to get a non-immigrant visa or through […]

Divorce Process Cedar Park
Divorce

The Cedar Park Divorce Process

Posted by brian on January 7, 2019

Divorce is a stressful upsetting time and no one expects you and your spouse to be able to part without at least one argument or disagreement. The process of divorce is planning for your future. You and your spouse must decide where your children will live and how you will both take care of your […]

Divorce Lawyer Cedar Park and Round Rock Central Texas
Child Support, Divorce

Can a Post Divorce Modification Attorney help modify Child Support?

Posted by brian on January 2, 2019

Our post divorce Super Lawyer files post divorce modifications of existing child custody and support orders. The Texas Attorney General, explains the modification of child support orders. Your monthly payment amount was ordered by a Texas court, and only a Texas court can change it. If you’re having difficulty making your payments, partial payments are […]

Child Support Cedar Park and Round Rock Lawyer
Child Support, Divorce

How to receive more child support?

Posted by brian on December 12, 2018

If you do not receive enough child support, you may be able to request a court order to obtain an increase. There are several different scenarios where an attorney may be able to help you obtain more child support by filing a petition in court, including the following: The non-custodial parent of your child has […]

Divorce and Property division Lawyer Cedar Park
Divorce, Property division

What can affect Property Division in a divorce?

Posted by brian on November 27, 2018

Divorce is difficult. It will try your mind and emotions like no other event in your life. The emotions are raw and difficult to control. But when it comes down to it, you have material assets at stake that you must dedicate your time and attention to. No matter how much you may be going […]