Category: Family Law/CPS
What You Need to Know About Stepparent Adoption in Texas?
Stepparent adoption gives stepparents the chance to adopt their spouse’s biological child. While relatively more straightforward than a typical adoption case, stepparent adoption can still be complicated, depending on your specific situation. If you’re thinking about adopting your stepchild, there are some crucial things you need to know before going through the process. You Can… read more
What Happens to Your Shared Debts in a TX Divorce?
Finances are usually the most contentious issue in a divorce. Because TX is a community property state, this means that properties and assets acquired during the marriage are shared between the spouses. Many people think that debts are considered community property in TX as well. But this is not entirely accurate. In Texas, the liability… read more
What Constitutes Child Abandonment in TX?
Parents are unpleasantly surprised when they learn that they’ve been accused of abusing, endangering, or abandoning their child. Unfortunately, accusations of child abandonment are common, and even the most devoted and loving parents can be accused of child abandonment. Because Texas has very stringent child and family violence laws, the authorities are often quick to… read more
What is The Difference Between Legal Custody and Physical Custody?
Whether you are in the midst of a contentious and emotionally charged custody case or divorce or are considering divorce, you must understand the various types of custody to ensure that you end up with a parenting plan that’s in your child’s best interests. When researching your child custody options in Texas, legally known as… read more
Texas Child Custody Factors
If you are contemplating a Texas divorce and have children, it is imperative you are familiar with the state’s custody terminology and method of determining child custody. While this is only a brief overview of Texas child custody, it will help you prepare for your meeting with an experienced San Antonio child custody attorney. Conservatorship… read more