Month: July 2018

POSTED IN Family law ON July 31, 2018

What is the Role of a Trial Attorney?

What is the Role of a Trial Attorney?

Many people in Texas deal with family law issues. This could involve estate matters or disputes of inheritance, divorce and child custody and a variety of other issues. These legal matters are very important to family members and the outcome of these cases often impacts those involved for the rest of their lives. To this […]

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POSTED IN Child custody ON July 24, 2018

What happens if my spouse and I can’t agree on Custody of our Children?

What happens if my spouse and I can’t agree on Custody of our Children?

We know you want what’s best for your children, and we can help you achieve an outcome in your favor. Child custody matters are serious and can prove to be complicated and confusing. On top of that, spouses often disagree on custody issues. Drawn-out custody battles can cause unnecessary emotional distress for children. Hiring an […]

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POSTED IN Child support ON July 17, 2018

Does Paternity Establishment affect Visitation and Custody?

Does Paternity Establishment affect Visitation and Custody?

Establishing paternity is the first step to getting child custody or visitation rights in Texas. It also carries other rights and responsibilities with it such as requiring the father to provide support for the child and allowing the child to inherit from the father in the event of the father’s death. It is not necessary […]

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POSTED IN Divorce ON July 16, 2018

How long does it take to finalize a Divorce in Texas?

How long does it take to finalize a Divorce in Texas?

A divorce is the legal end of a marriage which allows both spouses to remarry without committing bigamy. Bigamy is the act of marrying more than one person at the same time. How long it takes to finalize a divorce in Dallas, Texas depends on how cooperative the spouses are in ending their marriage and […]

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POSTED IN Divorce ON July 10, 2018

What is Community Property?

What is Community Property?

Community Property in Dallas Texas is one of nine states considered a community property state. This means that in a divorce, most property acquired during the marriage is considered the property of both spouses and must be divided “equitably” under Texas law. Understanding the difference between community and separate property is important to understand how […]

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