What is “mediation” in a Texas Family Law Case? What does it cost? And is it worth it?
Not every family can operate under a Texas standard possession order. What are some alternatives?
Once you have a court order saying someone is obligated to pay you child support, how do you go about getting that money?
Hourly rates and retainer amounts can vary widely from one divorce lawyer to the next. The largest driving factor for a divorce retainer is usually the anticipated amount of litigation involved.
The costs for a divorce in Texas can be higher or lower depending on several factors.
Grandparent rights cases can be particularly fact specific- meaning each situation is different.
In order to make a fair and equitable split of the assets and liabilities, a lot of times deals have to be made.
What types of things do family law judges consider when determining who gets custody?
When people discuss kids in a Texas divorce case, typically they are referring to two issues: (1) Who gets to make decisions about a child’s welfare, or (2) Who gets to make decisions about a child’s residence.