Category: family law
So, what happens to the people who cannot afford a lawyer? These are the people who tend to file pro se or buy those forms online. Doing their case pro se or using purchased forms usually creates more problems that it solves. That’s where we step in.
The Flowers Law Firm explains the different types of conservatorships in a Texas divorce case.
A law that went into effect last year would deny noncustodial parents the ability to renew their vehicle registrations if they are behind on their Texas child support payments. The law was implemented in September 2016 and requires that parents who have not kept up with their court-ordered child support payments within the previous six […]