This year, COVID-19 has had both direct and indirect impacts on Texans from all walks of life. One of the biggest impacts has been on the livelihoods of most of the population. Businesses have closed, cut back hours, and furloughed employees. Those who are still working are likely working from home, … [Read more...] about Child Support Payments and Income Changes In Fort Worth?
When couples are planning a wedding, many consider a prenuptial agreement (“prenup”) in order to protect themselves in the event that they decide to divorce. It’s usually thought of as protection for second marriages to protect inheritances to children from previous marriages. However, … [Read more...] about When The Prenuptial Agreements And Wills Conflict In Texas?
The term “family law” encompasses a range of legal matters. While most people believe it’s primarily - divorce, visitation, and child support, there’s more to it than that. Family law attorneys handle a wide range of issues and conflicts that occur within a family. They may also work in … [Read more...] about “Family Law” in Fort Worth, TX?
Many people believe that no matter what the circumstances, it’s always the mother who receives full custody of children in a divorce. That may be true in some cases, but as we’ve mentioned in previous blogs, the court’s main concern is the best interest of the child. In most cases, the court prefers … [Read more...] about How Can The Father Get Full Custody Of The Children In Fort Worth, TX?
The advent of affordable over-the-counter DNA testing has become a way for people to learn about their heritage and their medical history. But readily available DNA testing has also caused considerable confusion as well. Without realizing the ramifications, many individuals happily take DNA … [Read more...] about How Is An Order Of Filiation Used In A Divorce Case?
Ideally, when you and your spouse part ways, your children will still have the benefit of a relationship with both of you. When the judge grants your divorce, you’ll have a suitable visitation schedule and both of you will have somewhat “equal time” to spend with them. Conservatorship … [Read more...] about Reasons The Court May Order A Sole Managing Conservatorship To One Parent In Fort Worth, TX?
Children are entitled to support from both of their parents. In the event of a familial breakup, the custodial parent bears the financial responsibility of day-to-day care of the child (or children.) The state of Texas requires the second parent to contribute financially to the care of the child … [Read more...] about What Happens If You Don’t Pay Your Child Support In Fort Worth, TX?