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

There are times in a case when one parent doesn’t necessarily have it together. This can take many forms; whether they are struggling with addiction, involved with an abusive partner, or currently transient. In one way or another their current circumstances leave them unfit to have the children overnight or for more than a couple

In Texas family law cases, the concept of “nesting” has emerged as a distinctive and progressive arrangement, offering families an alternative approach to co-parenting during and after a divorce. Nesting, also known as “bird’s nesting,” involves maintaining a single-family home for the children while the parents take turns residing there. This allows the children to

In today’s interconnected world, our lives are intertwined with digital assets, ranging from social media profiles to cryptocurrencies and online accounts. However, these intangible resources often become a tangible concern when it comes to divorce proceedings in Texas.

Digital assets encompass a wide array of virtual possessions, including but not limited to: Cryptocurrencies such as

Texas is a community property state, which means that any property or debt acquired during the marriage is generally considered community property, and both spouses share an equal interest in it. However, it’s important to note that not all debts are divided equally during divorce. Instead, Texas courts aim for a just and right division

In the realm of family law, disputes and conflicts are inevitable. The emotional and sensitive issues of divorce, child custody, property division, and more can put you in a long drawn-out battle between you and your spouse. However, Texas family law embraces mediation as a powerful tool to promote communication, collaboration, and ultimately achieve amicable