After a divorce is final, life continues and people go in many directions. Your decree is signed by a judge to address your needs, your spouse’s needs, and the children’s needs at that time. Because everyone experiences change, your divorce decree from several years ago may not meet your needs … [Read more...] about Obtaining A Modification Of Your Texas Divorce Decree
Many business owners have worked a long time to build their business. From accountants, doctors, and lawyers to plumbers, electricians, and air conditioner repair technicians, business owners work long hours to make a living, make a profit, and in many cases, provide for their families. When … [Read more...] about What Will Happen To My Business In A Fort Worth Divorce?
It’s one thing if a couple is having problems that lead them to consider filing for divorce. Incarceration can lead to even more marital strife with divorce as the main option. Should your spouse become incarcerated for reasons that may or may not be related to the marriage, it is possible to … [Read more...] about Divorcing Someone in Prison in Fort Worth TX
As a community property state, Texas divides all of the marital property equally, leaving separate property (owned before the marriage) to the individual owners. All property is considered to be marital or joint property unless proven otherwise. One consideration of the property division, … [Read more...] about Finding Undisclosed Assets In A Fort Worth, TX Divorce Case
One little-discussed part of divorce in Texas is how many couples will stay together during the holidays and initiate their divorce after the first of the year. January is typically the busiest month for divorce filings, with the first Monday after children return to school as the day people call … [Read more...] about How Do They Determine “Who Is At Fault” In Divorce Cases In Fort Worth, TX?
Under Texas’s no-fault divorce laws, a married couple who have reached the end of their ropes can get divorced on the grounds of “insupportability.” Since the 1970s, when no-fault laws started appearing across the United States, including Texas, it gave married couples a more easy option to get … [Read more...] about Why No-Fault Divorce Laws in Texas Should Stay, and Why They’re Important
Mansfield-Fort Worth family law attorney Wendy L. Hart has won a ranking in the American Institute of Family Law Attorney's (AIOFLA) "10 Best Female Attorneys For Client Satisfaction," for the second year in a row! As one of the leading attorneys in the Mansfield-Fort Worth area, all of us at … [Read more...] about Mansfield-Fort Worth Family Law Attorney Wendy L. Hart Wins 2 Years of Best Attorney
If you're going through a divorce, you have child custody or support issue, you need to adopt a child, or if you have any other complex family law issue, you may be thinking: well, it's time to lawyer up. Although it's always essential to get an experienced lawyer when dealing with these legal … [Read more...] about When Should You Hire a Fort Worth Family Lawyer? (Hint: It’s Not When You Think)