Divorce Attorney

Top 5 Ways You Can Be There for Your Children After a Divorce

One of the most difficult things that a child can go through is the divorce of their parents. This event will rock just about every aspect of their life, and often in a very negative way. If divorce can’t be avoided, it is important for both parents to make a strong effort to be there […]

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The Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorce in Texas

In Texas, divorces are generally referred to as either contested or uncontested. While both will ultimately end in dissolution of the marriage through the court’s system, the process is different. The question of which version is right for your divorce is best discussed with a competent, knowledgeable attorney who regularly practices in family law. However, […]

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Enforcement | Child Support

I would like to discuss a topic that comes up often in my practice: child support enforcement. When the non-custodial parent fails to comply with his child support obligations pursuant to a court order, either the Attorney General or the custodial parent can file a motion to enforce said order. I am often appointed to […]

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