The Difference Between an Amicus Attorney and an Attorney Ad Litem

In family law cases, involving child custody and welfare, the court may appoint legal representatives to assist in ensuring the best interests of the child. These appointed representatives are amicus attorneys and attorneys ad litem. While they both advocate for the best interest of

Divorce more often than not means the division of finances. Whether it’s bank accounts and retirement funds being divided or merely no longer having a second income to rely on, divorce brings about significant financial change. Establishing a solid financial foundation post-divorce can help you regain control of your finances and keep you from sinking

Like any other area of law, standing is required to bring a lawsuit. Standing is a fundamental part of the legal system in that it determines who has the right to initiate legal action and participate in court proceedings. In other words, it limits the participation in a suit to the parties who are actually

A reader reached out to me recently and asked me what objections I usually run into, as well as how do they work. So, this week we’re going to talk about a few of the common objections, examples of what can trigger them, and how to get around/avoid them.

Just like in any other litigious

There are times when a parent actively choose to disregard a court order. This is particularly problematic when the order being disregarded is one dealing with the right to possession and access of children. The usual scenario is that Parent B will pick up a child for their scheduled time of possession and simply won’t

Domestic violence is a pervasive issue that can have a profound impact on family law cases in Texas. In family law, the welfare and safety of the family members, particularly children, are paramount concerns. Understanding the ramifications of domestic violence in such cases is crucial for both attorneys and individuals involved. This week we will