Divorce

Divorce

Divorce rates have hovered near the 50 percent mark for many years. With so many societal influences, not to mention the financial dynamics, it can be challenging for any couple to hold together a healthy marriage, much less one that’s become unhealthy. When there are...
Child Support

Child Support

Typically, Texas courts will decide child support based on legal guidelines; however, there are those times when circumstances require a different formula. In fact, many cases require looking past the guidelines. Fortunately, courts do have discretion in these...
Child Custody

Child Custody

No one ever marries with the idea of going through a painful divorce at any point. When there are children involved, it becomes even more complicated and emotionally overwhelming. The last thing any of us want to face is a drawn out and often expensive custody battle....
Probate

Probate

What is “Probate” and why should I care? To “probate” a Will or an estate refers to the legal judicial procedure by which a deceased person’s Last Will and Testament is filed with the appropriate Court so that the Judge can formally determine that the Will is valid...
Post-Divorce Modifications

Post-Divorce Modifications

Divorces are final, but sometimes, it becomes necessary to modify the original terms of a divorce. Whether it’s child custody issues or financial changes, modifications are often a part of a divorce that’s long since been settled. Nothing in life is permanent, and...