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Why is a Prenup and Postnup Important?


Prenups and postnups are important documents if a couple gets divorced. Below, our Texas family lawyer outlines the benefits these contracts bring. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, often referred to as prenups and postnups, mainly address the financial issues that arise during divorce. Contrary to what many people think, these documents are not romance killers. In… read more

What is Guardianship?


Guardianship and child custody are very different terms in Texas. Our Texas family lawyer explains the differences between the two terms. The terms child custody and guardianship are often used interchangeably, but they have very different meanings. If you are a parent in Texas, or you are seeking guardianship or child custody of a minor,… read more

Do I Have to Tell My Ex-Spouse that I Am Moving?


If you and your ex share no children, your only obligation to them post-divorce is living up to your end of the responsibilities as set forth by the court. If you share minor children, however, it is a different matter. If you are the primary custodial parent and you plan on moving somewhere that is… read more

Can an Alimony Order Be Changed after a Divorce?


Whether you pay alimony or receive it, it likely plays a critical role in your finances. Generally, alimony – or spousal maintenance – orders are set for an amount and duration that stays in place until the order plays out. There are, however, some instances in which an alimony order can be changed post-divorce. If… read more