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Family Law

How Can a Family Lawyer Help Me?

Posted by brian on September 20, 2018

The legal system can be difficult to navigate, especially in an area of law that you may have never have encountered. For this reason, it is best to seek help from someone who is knowledgeable about the laws and regulations in the respective area of law of your legal matter. In family law, there are […]

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Adoption, Family Law

Adoption Process

Posted by brian on March 5, 2018

When looking for an adoption, you might wonder how long does the adoption process can take. It depends on several elements. Here’s an infographic that may help you understand more about it. For more information on Family Law please visit our page.

Divorce, Family Law

How to file for divorce in Texas?

Posted by admin on January 17, 2018

How to file for Divorce In Cedar Park? Steps to file Divorce In Cedar Park: Filing of Petition for Divorce: This must be done with the District Clerk in the County where you reside. Service: Legally inform your spouse that you’re seeking a Divorce, also commonly referred to as “Being Served”. Temporary Order Hearings: The court […]

Divorce, Family Law

Tips for Saving Your Marriage

Posted by admin on December 18, 2017

One in every other marriage will eventually lead to divorce, and this is why it is crucial that you do everything that you can to avoid becoming another statistic. You can contact Jackson Law Firm to find out more about divorce and the process of going through one.   For more information click here.  

Child custody, Family Law

How to increase my chances of getting full custody during my divorce?

Posted by admin on December 18, 2017

Getting custody of your children is one of the most vital parts of any divorce. If children are in the mix, it’s imperative that they go to the right parent. This ensures a proper and stable upbringing, and this is why it takes the courts time in order to guarantee the custody has gone to […]

Child custody, Family Law

Tips for filing child custody in Texas

Posted by admin on December 11, 2017

In Texas, child custody (conservatorship) is usually granted by a family law judge who gives a verdict based on the dictum of the child’s best interest. Although the judge decides on the terms of conservatorship, there is always the presumption that joint custody is most beneficial to children. Below are three tips to help you […]

Divorce, Family Law

Tips for Saving My Marriage

Posted by admin on December 5, 2017

Marriage can be a wonderful bond between two individuals who care about and love each other. However, it’s not uncommon for the vast majority of unions out there to have marriage problems. Sometimes, these problems can be easily resolved and other times, it ends in divorce. In fact, one in every other marriage will eventually […]

Family Law

Can I change lawyers in the middle of my case?

Posted by admin on November 6, 2017

If you’re not happy with your relationship with your current attorney, you might wonder what your options are. You might be frustrated with how long it takes them to return phone calls. You might feel that they’re not compassionate or understanding enough about your situation. Fortunately, if you’re at a crossroads with your attorney, you […]

Family Law

What does family law constitute?

Posted by admin on October 10, 2017

Family law revolves around dealing with legal issues that arise within a family, whether that family is made up two people or twenty. While most people think family law is synonymous with divorce and child support, this area of law covers so much more. Other legal issues that are dealt with by family law practitioners, such as […]

Family Law

How does joint custody work?

Posted by admin on September 6, 2017

Joint custody can mean sharing hands-on parenting time with the child roughly equally between parents. It can also mean sharing the authority to make major decisions about the child. In family law, parents can share time, decision-making authority or both. No two custody cases are alike. This means there’s no one specific way that joint custody works. […]