• Aug 24, 2018
  • FAQ

Texas law does not require a parent to support his or her child beyond the age of 18 or graduation from high school, whichever occurs later. While parties may contractually agree that one party will pay for a child’s college tuition, the court is not authorized to order a party…

Understanding Your Options During a Collaborative Divorce in Texas Many couple filing for divorce expect the process to be long, stressful, and arduous; however, one method, known as collaborative divorce, can help ease the process. Collaborative divorce in Houston is an efficient and effective alternative to the typical litigious divorce…

  • Aug 24, 2018
  • FAQ

There are several different mediation styles and, in some instances, mediators do hold what is referred to as a “joint caucus session” where all parties are in the same room. However, this style of mediation is not typically used in family law matters. The more common practice in family law…

  • Aug 24, 2018
  • FAQ

While mediation is not required in all instances, many courts mandate that parties attend mediation prior to having a hearing or trial of their suit.