A divorce agreement specifies where the couple’s children will live and with whom. If the parents can’t agree, the court may intervene. Child custody cases determine the living and visitation arrangements of the children. Sometimes, a parent has to challenge that decision. Learn more.
Divorce and other family law matters follow different rules when they involve military members. Specific laws apply only to military cases. Military families also face unique personal situations. Military family law attorneys understand both sides. Learn more.
Divorce is a complicated, stressful process that involves numerous decisions. Divorce lawyers help guide you through the process and make sure you receive the best possible outcome. While most Texas divorces are no fault, meaning you don’t have to prove why you deserve a divorce, fault-based divorces require specific evidence. Learn more.
Family law focuses on family relationship issues. That includes divorce, alimony, child custody and support, adoption, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, paternity and termination of parental rights. Because family law is so personal, compassion and trust are key. Learn more.
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