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Things to Know Before Getting a Prenuptial Agreement

Things to Know Before Getting a Prenuptial Agreement

When you’re planning a wedding there are so many things to do. Besides the flowers and the photographer, many people also take the time to get a prenuptial agreement. This document can protect your assets should you get divorced. While many people don’t enter a...

How Can a Family Lawyer Help Me?

How Can a Family Lawyer Help Me?

Dealing with family-related issues can be difficult. When you can’t resolve things on your own or just want the help of an experienced third-party, a family lawyer may be able to help you sort things out and get back on track. Since everyone’s situation and issues are...

When is it a Good Idea to Have a Postnuptial Agreement?

When is it a Good Idea to Have a Postnuptial Agreement?

While many people may be aware of prenuptial agreements, many may not realize that there is such a thing as a postnuptial agreement. If you’re already married and did not sign a prenuptial agreement, you may discover that a postnuptial agreement can be in your best...

Navigating the Texas Child Adoption Process

Navigating the Texas Child Adoption Process

For anyone wanting to adopt a child, the thought of navigating the complex process is overwhelming, to say the least. It probably seems like there are a million hurdles to leap, not to mention all of the paperwork and the fear that something could go wrong at the last...

Can a Prenuptial Agreement be Broken in Texas?

Can a Prenuptial Agreement be Broken in Texas?

Many couples enter into prenuptial agreements before taking their vows. Perhaps it was an act of faith for the less monied partner. Maybe it was something a parent insisted on in order to give their blessing and the couple agreed. It might have been two independently...

Do Stepparents Have Child Custody Rights in Texas?

Do Stepparents Have Child Custody Rights in Texas?

Experts estimate that less than half of children under the age of eighteen live in a traditional two-parent household. In fact, blended families are becoming more prevalent. Up to 15 percent of minor children live in a household comprised of one biological parent and...

How is Child Support Calculated in Texas?

How is Child Support Calculated in Texas?

For couples with children, when contemplating a divorce, child support is an issue that inevitably comes up. There is often a fear of the unknown when it comes to child support. If you are the custodial parent, you might wonder—is it enough to supplement my income and...

Child Custody Laws in Texas for Grandparents

Child Custody Laws in Texas for Grandparents

In some circumstances, child custody for grandparents may be necessary for various reasons. If a child’s parents divorce or are unfit to care for their child, a grandparent, or grandparents, can become the sole custodians of a child. This allows them to make legal...

What Are the Child Custody Rights in Texas for Mothers?

What Are the Child Custody Rights in Texas for Mothers?

Child custody rights in Texas are similar to custody rights throughout the United States. However, there are some key differences from other parts of the country that need to be mentioned and make Texas a unique state. Whether you are a mother or father in Texas, it’s...

What You Need to Know about Joint Child Custody in Texas

What You Need to Know about Joint Child Custody in Texas

For many parents with children, finding an arrangement that's best for the children is one of the most important things. Thankfully, joint child custody in Texas is one of the many types of custody available. Alongside joint custody, there are legal custody, physical...