Category: family law
People often ask whether they have to hire a lawyer to handle a Texas divorce matter. Generally, people want to save money or think all you have to do is file some forms and the judge will sign the divorce decree. That’s not the case.
If you’ve been injured in an accident and are suffering a personal injury, you’re well aware that stress (as well as bills, responsibilities, hassles) simply seems to skyrocket. Whether big or small, a personal injury accident puts your life at a halt, adding a mountain of emotional, mental and physical difficulties that you now must […]
While the laws that govern the divorce process are the same across the state of Texas, no two divorces are exactly alike. There are a few legal issues and factors to consider in every divorce filing, and this blog will provide you with an overview of some of those issues.
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 […]