Whether you and your spouse agree on the terms of your divorce or decidedly don’t, legal representation ensures the protection of your interests.
For the division of estates with a high value and/or a large variety of assets, proceedings quickly become complex, making the enlistment of professional legal help vital.
Once your marriage ends, you may need financial assistance to meet your minimum basic needs, which could include anything from your car payment to continuing education.
Nothing is more important than the welfare of your children, and regardless of whether you and the other party share a common belief in what this means, legal representation ensures that the best interests of the children are met.
If circumstances change and a modification to an existing child custody arrangement is required, it’s vital to discuss the situation with a family law expert to ensure you fully understand your options and rights.
When it comes to the visitation rights of grandparents with regard to their grandchildren, Texas law provides definite limitations, so legal representation is highly recommended.
The establishment of paternity can be extremely important to both the emotional and financial well-being of a child. Whether you’re a mother or a father seeking to co-parent your child, legal representation can help ease the process.
Whether you, your spouse or your ex is suffering from mental health problems, there are a number of legal considerations that must be taken into account. It’s vital to retain professional legal guidance in order to ensure the best outcome for all involved.
Addiction and substance abuse can damage marriages, lead to child neglect and abuse or result in destructive behavior.
Whether you’re interested in protecting your individual property rights in advance of marriage or wish to delineate separate and community property after marriage, an expert can make sure you’ve met your legal obligations.
Ending a common-law marriage in Texas requires that the person filing for divorce proves the existence of the marriage, which can complicate the process. A legal expert will help you determine whether you meet the criteria for common-law marriage and assist in proving it to the court.
The right to marry for same-sex couples was affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015, clearing many historic legal hurdles, but some regional bias remains. Retaining the services of a lawyer can help ensure your legal rights are upheld.