What Is Family Law?
Family law issues are uniquely personal and complex. Even the simplest family law issue, like adult adoption and name changes, requires a clear understanding of the rules of civil procedure and evidence.
Complex areas of family law, like custody, child support, and divorces, can often be baffling even to experienced attorneys. Having an experienced lawyer on your side protects you and your children.
This is why it is so important to consult with a family attorney and discuss your options. Ask us today for a consultation, to see how we can help you.
Our Family Law Services
Child support involves a great deal of financial information and mathwork. If you miscalculate or fail to find the right information, your children may be receiving far less than they are entitled to.
Divorce can be the most complex area of family law, especially if it involves children and/or real estate. Speak with an experienced family law firm like ours to see how we can help you navigate through a divorce.
Motion to Enforce
If your ex is refusing to comply with a court order (by not paying child support or violating your visitation rights), then you will need to bring this to the attention to the court with a motion to enforce.
Adults and minors alike can be adopted. An adoption grants legal parenthood over the person being adopted. This is emotionally priceless, and also legally important for inheritance and other purposes.
Our names cut to the core of our very identity. Texas imposes few restrictions on how you can change your name, but changing your name is not as simple as the stroke of a pen.
As such, it is best to have the assistance of an experienced family law attorney, who has the latest legal forms and knows the rules of civil procedure.
Child Support / Visitation
Child custody, meanwhile, may be the most important part of your child's life. Make sure you get it right, by having an experienced attorney on your side from beginning to end.
There is little as precious to us as the time we spend with our children. With an experienced negotiator, you can maximize the amount of time that you can spend with your little ones.
If Texas suspects that children are being abused or neglected, it can seize them and then try to permanently terminate the parent-child relationship.
If Texas has taken your children or other minors and you want to be involved, contact an attorney to better understand the process and what you can do to help.
Marrying someone is one of the most important decisions you can make in life. As such, it never hurts to consult with a family attorney to discuss your marriage plans, consider premarital counseling, review any contracts you are signing for your marriage ceremony, and/or draft a premarital agreement to make sure that your marital vows truly mean something.
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