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Family Law
16th February 2024

Understanding Retainer Fees and Billing/How much does it cost to get a divorce?

Going through a divorce or child custody case can be expensive. Before hiring a lawyer, it is important to understand the financial agreement you have with your lawyer
Family Law
23rd October 2023

Is It Legal to Record Your Spouse During a Divorce?

We live in a world where technology offers many opportunities to record, photograph, and videotape our loved ones.
Family Law
23rd October 2023

Who Owns the Frozen Embryos When We Divorce?

Texas law permits married couples to have a child through assisted reproduction. The law provides a considerable number of options for spouses who are struggling to conceive a child on…
Family Law
16th January 2020

Who Claims The Kids Once The Divorce Is Final: Divorce And The Child Dependency Exemption

A child can only be claimed as a dependent on one tax return for a given year.
Estate Planning
16th January 2020

How To Sell A Deceased Parent’s Home

When a person owns property that they cannot manage alone, it may be necessary to appoint a guardian to manage their property for them.
Estate Planning
16th January 2020

Do I Need A Guardianship Or A Power Of Attorney?

When a person owns property that they cannot manage alone, it may be necessary to appoint a guardian to manage their property for them.
Family Law
16th January 2020

Gay Marriage In Central Texas

The Obergefell decision struck down Texas’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Estate Planning
16th January 2020

Running A Business After Someone Dies

In the case of a deceased business owner, an attorney might recommend several options.
Family Law
16th January 2020

Visitation Rights For Grandparents

When parents are unable to care for their children, often they turn to their parents for help.
Family Law
16th January 2020

Four Ways To Prevent An International Abduction

There are several steps parents can take to decrease the chances that an intended abduction to a foreign country is completed.
Family Law
22nd October 2019

What To Know About Relocation And Divorce

For a growing number of parents, the decision for one parent to move is a highly-contested issue. Often a parent with primary custody wants to move because of work, family…
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