Category: Family Law/CPS
How Much Does a Simple Divorce in TX Cost?
In the U.S., the average cost of divorce is $15,000 up to $20,000. However, more complicated divorce cases – specifically contested divorces that involve children, contentious couples, and a significant amount of assets – can be more costly, while uncontested or simple divorces can be more affordable. A simple divorce in Texas can cost between… read more
Military Divorces with PTSD | Texas Divorce Lawyers
When you get married most people aren’t thinking about divorce. Yet a divorce becomes a reality for a lot of people due to stress, abuse, or infidelity. Imagine a marriage in which one or both parties is a member of the military. Now you might face infidelity, loneliness, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), and other unfortunate… read more
Do I Have to Go to Court to Get Divorced?
Divorce is among the most difficult legal events married couples can face in their lives. When you get a divorce, you will face emotional, financial, and legal losses. Divorce, like your marriage, is a legal proceeding that will require filing necessary documents with the court. But this doesn’t automatically mean that you’ll need to go… read more
How to File for Child Custody Contempt in Texas
Court orders containing parenting agreements after a divorce or separation are very serious and legally binding. Strict compliance with these court orders is crucial to maintain the stability and well-being of the children after their parent’s part ways. When a parent does not comply with the court order, this creates an atmosphere of chaos for… read more
Fathers Rights in a Child Custody Case
Historically, mothers were normally presumed to be more suitable than fathers to have custody of their children in the event of a breakup or divorce. Likewise, courts considered fathers as mere providers for the family. Fortunately, fathers and mothers now have the same rights and responsibilities under Texas law. This means that child custody cases… read more