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POSTED ON 08/26/2019

What Is Discovery In A Texas Family Law Case?

If you are involved in litigating a family law case, you may hear your Texas family lawyer talk about sending discovery or answering discovery. Discovery is a very important process...

POSTED ON 08/22/2019

Mediation in a Texas Family Law Case

One of the more common ways that a Texas family law case is resolved is through a process called mediation. Many judges now require mediation in a family law case...

POSTED ON 08/19/2019

What Are Some Alternatives to Standard Possession in Texas?

Every family is different. Each has different needs. Ultimately, the goal of any possession schedule is the “best interests of the child.” But, what do you do if one parent...

POSTED ON 08/15/2019

How Do I Get My Child Support?

Once you have a court order saying someone is obligated to pay you child support, how do you go about getting that money? In Texas, the Child Support Division of...

POSTED ON 08/12/2019

What Is The Retainer for a Tyler Divorce Lawyer

Lawyers are running a business. And as with any service related business, lawyers can struggle to receive payment for services provided. The most common way to avoid non-payment and collection...

POSTED ON 08/09/2019

Using Social Media During a Divorce

During a divorce or child custody proceeding, social media, for all its negatives, can offer support and empathy in a time of great distress. However, social media can also provide...

POSTED ON 08/05/2019

How Much Does A Texas Divorce Cost?

The average United States divorce costs about $15,000. The average cost of a divorce in Texas is about $12,000. There are many factors that drive the costs up or down:...

POSTED ON 08/01/2019

What Rights Do Grandparents Have for Visitation or Custody?

When it comes to grandparent rights in Texas, there are two typical questions that are asked: Can grandparents have visitation rights? Can grandparents get custody? There is generally a presumption...

POSTED ON 07/29/2019

How Do We Split Our Property In a Divorce?

Texas is a community property state. What this means is that, with only a few exceptions, any items acquired during the marriage are considered to belong to both spouses equally....