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What Are The Grounds That Can Grant Me Full Custody?

Posted by admin on March 21, 2017

Divorce is never easy, especially when child custody is involved. While many couples agree on custody arrangements, some cannot and a custody battle ensues. Below is an overview of what grounds can help grant one parent full custody of minor children. If you are facing this issue, consider contacting a Cedar Park Child Custody Attorney […]

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What are the Different Types of Immigrant Visas and Their Requirements?

Posted by admin on March 13, 2017

Foreign nationals who want to come into the United States must obtain a visa. There are a number of immigrant visas available to these individuals. If you are in the Austin, Texas area, you can hire an Austin immigration lawyer to assist you in getting one. Here are the different immigrant visas and their requirements. […]

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What are the grounds that can grant me full custody?

Posted by admin on March 8, 2017

Divorce is never easy, especially when child custody is involved. While many couples agree on custody arrangements, some cannot and a custody battle ensues. Below is an overview of what grounds can help grant one parent full custody of minor children. If you are facing this issue, consider contacting a Cedar Park Child Custody Attorney […]

Family Law

My Ex Partner Has Stopped Paying Child Support. What Can I Do?

Posted by admin on February 20, 2017

In case a noncustodial parent fails to make payments after a child support order, you can go back to court and file for an administrative action. This means asking a judge to enforce the delinquent parent to adhere to the support order. In such a situation, you can choose to file the case on your […]

Family Law

Can a family law case be taken to the U.S. Supreme Court?

Posted by admin on February 14, 2017

Round Rock, Texas attorneys know the difficulty of family law cases and have had their fair share. Children watch as parents battle for custody or financial issues. When the judge decides, you think it is final. Here, we look at the issue of dissatisfaction with the decision and what can be done. Types of family […]

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Can a presidential veto affect my immigration application?

Posted by admin on February 7, 2017

Recently, President Trump has made headlines by blasting illegal Mexican and Islamic immigrants. The problem that many from these communities might face is the Executive branch vetoing new laws that have make it easier to immigrate to the U.S. including the Hart–Celler Act of 1965. The Hart-Celler Act marks the time that the United States […]

Divorce

Can drug abuse set sufficient grounds for divorce?

Posted by admin on February 2, 2017

Making the decision to divorce a spouse is never easy and is always a stressful time. While many divorces are easy to resolve, others have extenuating circumstances that can affect the outcome of a case. The following is an overview of how drug abuse comes into play in a Texas divorce. If you are seeking […]

Family Law

Who regulates the way assets are divided in a divorce?

Posted by admin on January 18, 2017

When couples divorce, there are issues to deal with. Dividing property and assets is one issue that must be resolved. Here, we discuss how assets and property are divided in Austin, Texas. Separate property According to Texas law, separate property is property that a spouse incurred before the marriage. Generally, the other spouse has no […]

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Family Law

When should I stop receiving spousal support?

Posted by admin on January 9, 2017

In situations where spousal support is ordered, there is typically a limitation on how long it is required. Texas courts are prohibited from ordering spousal support payments beyond a certain amount of time. Because the purpose of this is to assist a spouse with providing for their reasonable needs and to become self sufficient, it makes […]

Wills and Trusts

What is a living will?

Posted by admin on January 6, 2017

One of the most important documents you can have drafted is a living will. This is something completely different than a traditional will that simply leaves property to certain people after your death. It is a document that allows you to dictate your wishes for end of life medical care in the event that you […]