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Understanding Conservatorship in Texas Requesting conservatorship of your child can devolve into a messy and complicated legal battle. If you plan on filing a petition requesting conservatorship, there is important information you need to know in order to maximize your chances of being successful. The experienced family law attorneys at…

The topic of prenuptial agreements can be somewhat awkward to discuss, especially for those in committed and loving relationships. These agreements are often mistakenly perceived by many, as reducing the institution of marriage to a business relationship bound by strict contractual obligations on both parties. Such perceptions can be hard…

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Do You Need a Lawyer for a Divorce in Texas? Filing for divorce can be one of the most stressful and emotionally draining experiences in your life, and the last thing you want to do is also drain your bank account in the process. One of the most common questions…

Texas Joint Managing Conservatorship Overview For parents going through a divorce, determining how your child will be cared for is of the utmost concern. If you are both intent on remaining a significant part of your child’s life, being joint managing conservators of your child may be the best option.…

What is a Mediation Hearing So what does mediation mean in law? When spouses divorce or in a custody dispute, one option for settling their disputes can be through mediation. However, many people don’t understand what mediation means or how the process works. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute…

Texas is one of the few states in the nation that still recognizes common law marriage as a legal mechanism for tying the knot. Rather than procuring a wedding license and having an officiant licensed by the State of Texas presided over the ceremony, a couple may choose to be…