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Social Networking & Divorce: Anything you post, tag, or tweet can and will be used against you.

When clients ask me whether their social networking activity—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.— can be used against them in a divorce or custody proceeding, my answer is a resounding “yes.” This evidence is particularly relevant in child custody cases because [...]

September 2nd, 2015|Family Law|

Who Gets the House?

In most divorce cases, the parties’ most valuable asset—from both a financial and sentimental standpoint—is the marital residence. Accordingly, how the house is “divided” by the court is frequently a hotly contested issue. Like any other asset, a house can [...]

July 15th, 2015|Family Law|

Can You Go Or Will You Stay? Relocating After Divorce

Most final divorce decrees involving children or, if the parties were never married, a final order in a suit affecting the parent child relationship, restrict where the child can reside after the decree or final order is entered. Final orders [...]

June 14th, 2015|Family Law|

Are You Eligible For Alimony?

 I am frequently asked by prospective clients whether they are eligible to receive alimony. In Texas, what other jurisdictions refer to as "alimony" is called spousal maintenance, and it is available to a spouse provided certain eligibility criteria are met. [...]

November 7th, 2014|Family Law|