Divorce is far from rare. The Texas Department of Health Services reports that there are more than 75,000 divorces in the state each year. Despite being relatively common, going through a marital separation is never easy for the couple that is involved in it. Every… Read On

When a child is removed from a home due to abuse, neglect, or because parents are otherwise unable to provide care, Texas Child Protective Services (CPS) has a duty to seek proper living arrangements. Though the laws favor placing the child with a relative, grandparents… Read On

There are a number of good things that you can do for your marriage, including listening to your spouse, prioritizing compromise, and even forming a postnuptial agreement. Texas maintains strict rules for doing the latter, however, so if you’re thinking about forming a postnup, working… Read On

Understanding one’s duties and rights as they pertain to child support in Texas can be difficult. However, the basis of all support obligations is this: all parents have a duty to provide for their child financially. When a court issues an order requiring a parent… Read On