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How can I co-parent if I can’t stand my ex?

Communicating about money, shared responsibilities and parenting while you were married to your ex in Texas was difficult. Now that you are divorced and trying to co-parent, it may feel impossible. Not only are you still working through the emotional trauma of the end...

Joint and sole managing conservatorship

Parents in Texas who are expecting to go to court over who will get custody may find some of the legal terms confusing. According to FindLaw, instead of the word "custody," Texas uses the word, "conservatorship." Thus, the parents are conservators rather than...

False domestic violence accusations and divorce

Our law firm understands the variety of complex issues that can arise when it comes to domestic violence cases. On the one hand, victims may suffer at the hands of an abuser or fear that their children are being abused. Domestic violence is an area of family law...

Establishing paternity in Texas

When a child is born to an unmarried couple in Texas, he or she does not automatically have a legal father. Instead, the biological father and mother have to take steps to establish his status. Once this is done, a father has all the rights and responsibilities of...

Helping your child thrive during a divorce

If you and your spouse are seeking a divorce in Texas, chances are you have begun to weigh the consequences and decisions that will follow your decision. Some of these include outcomes tied to parental visitation, alimony, spousal relocation and even separation of...

What could happen if I fail to pay child support?

Many family law issues can create problems for parents, such as custody battles and divorce-related stress. However, child support can be an especially hard topic for some people to work through, such as those who are unable to pay what they owe and custodial parents...

Procedure for stepparent adoption

Stepparents have a big role to fill. Generally, they are standing in for an absent parent. In many cases, they are stepping into the absent parent's shoes when that parent no longer has contact or a relationship with the child. For many stepparents in Texas, this...