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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas

Posted by brian on September 9, 2019

There is no federal law that guarantees grandparents’ rights in the United States. Although grandparents can petition for the right to visitation with their grandchildren, it is ultimately up to the discretion of the court, which is always guided by the best interests of the children involved. If you are a grandparent who has lost […]

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Adoption, Family Law

Do You Need Legal Help for an Adoption?

Posted by brian on September 2, 2019

Bringing a new child into your family is one of life’s greatest gifts, and an adoption is a great option. The fact is, however, that adoption is also a complex legal process that is too important not to take extremely seriously. If you are ready to adopt, work closely with a skilled Round Rock family […]

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Divorce, Family Law

Do You Need a Separation Agreement?

Posted by brian on August 26, 2019

Every married couple faces their own challenges. While many couples stay the course and remain married for the duration, other couples may decide it’s time to end the marriage. Still other couples, however, find that simply taking a break is in order. This time out can help couples determine their best path forward, whether that […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Custody Tips for Back-to-School

Posted by brian on August 19, 2019

Going back to school is an exciting time for both kids and parents. There are school supplies and backpacks to be purchased and first-day-of-school outfits to be chosen, but if you are a divorced parent, you likely have an additional layer of concerns with which to contend. You and your children will find your back-to-school […]

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Divorce

How Long Does a Texas Divorce Take?

Posted by brian on August 12, 2019

If you’re facing a divorce in Texas, you would naturally like to have an estimate regarding how long the divorce process is going to take. While every divorce is unique, there are factors that can help you estimate how long it will probably take for your divorce to be finalized. Until your divorce is finalized, […]

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Child Support, Divorce, Family Law

How Financial Experts Can Help in Your Divorce Case

Posted by brian on August 5, 2019

After child custody, the number one concern in nearly every divorce is how your marital property will be divided. This division will affect your finances well into your future, and it is obviously important to get it right. In the State of Texas, the court’s objective is the just and right division of community property […]

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Divorce, Family Law

What to Expect at a Divorce Hearing

Posted by brian on July 29, 2019

If you are going through a divorce, you are bound to have questions and concerns about the upcoming process. While the majority of divorce cases are settled before they get to court, divorces that involve more complicated financial issues, are contentious, or are stalled regarding child custody arrangements are more likely to be decided in […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Child Custody and Visitation during the Summer

Posted by brian on July 22, 2019

If you’re going through a divorce, your children are usually your first concern. Whether you are the primary parent or not, you obviously have questions about your children’s visitation schedule. While visitation schedules vary widely, there are several basic templates that are often employed. Summer visitation schedules, however, generally have more variability built in than […]

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Divorce

Should You Get a Separation Agreement?

Posted by brian on July 10, 2019

No marriage is without its ups and downs. While many couples weather the storms and remain married for the long haul, others determine that divorce is necessary. Some couples, however, take a breather from marriage by separating. This is complicated by the fact that  Texas does not recognize legal separation (unless the couple has already […]

Divorce

What are the Grounds for Filing for Divorce in Texas?

Posted by brian on April 26, 2019

Grounds for a fault-based divorce must be substantiated to the court. It’s no easy task, which is why it’s essential to hire an experienced lawyer.