Valentine’s Day brings thoughts of romance. However, Valentine’s Day also makes people question whether they really want to be married. When we are meeting with a potential Denton County new client, we usually give individuals a list of items to bring to the initial meeting. Read More
10 Things To Bring To Your First Meeting With Your Dallas Divorce Attorney
New Years resolutions bring the thoughts of losing weight, spending less time at the office, or making more money, and some of you start thinking about filing for divorce. When we are meeting with a potential new client for the first time, we typically give people a list of things to bring Read More
Informal Agreements Do Not Modify Child Support Orders
In the Family law context, a common problem is that parents mistakenly believe they can modify their child support order through an informal agreement. Whether the informal agreement is oral or in writing it will not be effective in modifying the parents’ underlying support Read More
Conservatorship in Texas: Who Decides?
When a mother goes through a divorce, her first concern is almost invariably for her children, which is as it should be. How often will I be able to see my children? Who will make important decisions for their well-being? How will they be able to handle these drastic changes in Read More