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“An unhappy marriage takes an emotional toll and eventually – a physical toll as well. It affects your children, it affects your extended family, but most of all it affects you. You don’t have to continue to suffer. Everyone deserves to be happy. There is no shame in exploring your options and making a decision that is best for you.”
– Bryan Willis
Every marriage is different. Every family is different. Every divorce is different. I will help you understand the legal framework for all of your family law issues.
50/50 Alternative Possession Schedules for Child Custody
This article provides a detailed discussion of some of the 50/50 alternative possession schedules available instead of the Standard Possession Order in a Texas divorce.
What Is A Substantial and Material Change In Circumstances to Modify Child Custody In Texas?
A parent or child’s circumstances will often change after a court issues an order on child custody. Maybe you have a new job opportunity in
10 Financial Mistakes To Avoid In A Divorce
Divorce is hard. You have a lot of emotion. You must make hard decisions quickly. At other times you feel like progress is slow and
Modifying Child Custody In Texas
The circumstances of a child or parent often change after entry of a final decree of divorce. This article discusses when a court can modify
Can I Modify My Child Custody Order After Divorce?
Yes – you can seek to modify the child custody (possession) portion of your final decree of divorce after your divorce. This article provides information
Do I Have To Go To Court For My Divorce?
*** NOTE: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many court changed their procedures. Most hearings in Texas courts now occur online via Zoom. *** Whether
An Outline of the Divorce Process in Texas
While the facts and issues are different in every divorce, the process of getting a divorce in Texas is similar in most every case. This
Child Support – The Details of Texas Child Support in a Divorce
By law, a parent has a duty to support his or her child with clothing, food, shelter, medical and dental care, as well as an
General Rules for Child Support in a Texas Divorce
This article provides an overview of the rules governing child support in a Texas divorce case. It touches on subjects such as the duty to
General Rules of Child Custody in a Texas Divorce
This article is intended to provide a broad overview of the general rules governing child custody decisions in a Texas divorce. You can also read