The timing of the purchase of a home and the marital status of the couple at the time of the purchase can dramatically affect who is the owner of the property.
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Discovery is the way that your lawyer asks the opposing party and their lawyer for information on your case. There are several types of discovery. Each type is useful for requesting different types of information.
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Every six years the cap for child support is reviewed and adjusted for inflation by the Texas Office of the Attorney General.
Child support law changes on September 1, 2019. Read more.Details
Timing is crucial when requesting an annulment. Learn about the differences between annulment and divorce and find out which applies to your situation.Details
A domestic partnership is an agreement between two parties in a committed relationship. It is not recognized statewide in Texas, but there are a few selected Texas counties which do recognize domestic partnership agreements. Travis County is one of those counties, as well as most large cities like Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. It was…Details
The end of a relationship can be very stressful. If one party in the relationship is hurt, they might try to continue to confront the party that has ended the relationship to try to persuade them to continue to stay in the relationship. It can sometimes be necessary to pursue a temporary restraining order (TRO). However, you might be wondering what exactly a temporary restraining order is, and what it can do. Here are the basics of the TRO and how it can help in sensitive family law situations.Details
Most family law cases in Texas have orders filed by the court. If one of the parties is not abiding by the order, the other party must bring it to the attention of the court. Most often, that is done by filing a Motion for Contempt or a Motion for Enforcement.Details