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Who Gets the House in Your Texas Divorce?

Who Gets the House in Your Texas Divorce?

A divorce can be an emotional experience, and there are a lot of steps in the process, one of which is dividing up property. If you’re ending your marriage, you’re likely wondering, “who gets the house?” The answer varies from one situation to another, and you should...
FAQs About the Texas Divorce Process

FAQs About the Texas Divorce Process

Divorce can be a complex and confusing process, and many people have a lot of questions. Below is a general overview of some common Texas divorce questions that our firm hears. If you are located near Sugar Land, feel free to contact our divorce law firm for more...
How to Keep Your Case Out of Family Court

How to Keep Your Case Out of Family Court

When a legal conflict involves family matters, you might imagine yourself fighting it out in court with your spouse or another party. However, did you know that there are out-of-court options to settle your family law dispute? There are other methods of resolving...
How Long Does a Texas Divorce Take?

How Long Does a Texas Divorce Take?

If you’re considering filing for divorce, you likely want to know how long the overall process will take.  The answer? It depends. Due to Texas’ mandatory 60-day waiting period, the court cannot grant the divorce until at least 60 days have passed from the date the...
What Does a Family Lawyer Help With?

What Does a Family Lawyer Help With?

If you have been the victim of domestic abuse or violence, after you report the incident to local police, a domestic violence attorney can advise you of your rights and legal options. In Sugar Land, Texas, for instance, where our offices are located, domestic abuse...
What Custody Arrangement is Best For a Child?

What Custody Arrangement is Best For a Child?

If your current child custody arrangement is not working for you and/or your child, the stress can really add up. In Sugar Land, Texas, for example, even if the parents agree on a custody arrangement or modification on their own, the court still needs to review and...
What are Grounds for Divorce in Texas?

What are Grounds for Divorce in Texas?

Divorce is common in Texas – just like in any other state – and the Lone Star State has its own laws and procedures you must follow in a divorce. If you find yourself contemplating divorce, you can always benefit from the help of an experienced divorce...