Navigating the Texas Probate Process After a Loved One’s Death

Mar 26, 2024

Dealing with a loved one’s passing is hard enough. Trying to manage their property, debts, and assets while you grieve can feel o...

Fighting With Family: What to Know About Probate Litigation

Mar 26, 2024

Litigation of any kind is unpleasant, especially when it involves family members fighting over a deceased loved one’s estate. Handling ...

Collecting Overdue Alimony From Your Ex-Spouse in Texas

Mar 18, 2024

Some individuals need financial help following a divorce. Courts may order one party to pay the other spousal maintenance, or a divorci...

How To Make A Marital Property Agreement (And Enforce It!)

Mar 11, 2024

The last thing two people madly in love, actively planning for a future together want to do is give plausibility to the idea of a futur...

Weighing the Options: Protective Orders Versus Temporary Restraining Orders for Domestic Violence

Mar 8, 2024

Domestic violence is a horrific crime that can be difficult to navigate legally because no two situations are the same. In Texas, a cou...

A Child’s Say: Factoring Kids’ Opinions About Custody

Mar 6, 2024

There’s a misconception that when kids of divorced parents turn a certain age – most people think around 12 or 13 – they ge...

Obtaining Temporary Orders for Your Texas Divorce

Feb 23, 2024

Family law cases take time to sort out. This goes especially for ending a marriage. The average Texas divorce takes six months to a yea...

How to Get Child Custody Orders Enforced in Texas

Feb 21, 2024

Divorce can end an unworkable marriage. Unfortunately, it does not always end the bickering, pettiness, or unwillingness to cooperate b...

Creating a Rock Solid Premarital Agreement in Texas

Feb 20, 2024

If you just got engaged, discussing certain ‘what ifs’ with your prospective spouse isn’t romantic. However, if handled honestly and de...

How to Modify Your Texas Possession and Access Order

Feb 14, 2024

You may believe possession and access arrangements are set in stone once your divorce is finalized. This is not always the case because...

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