Court is just like television.

Reality: If you are prepared, there shouldn’t be any shock and awe moments though you can expect to testify in court.  Texas requires “fair notice” in pleadings. As a result, you must properly plead in advance of trial everything you are requesting in terms of relief such as a disproportionate

When clients come in to meet with a divorce attorney, they are often recently separated and very emotional. Our clients often latch onto preconceptions to help them through this difficult time. From our initial consult, it is our job to help you through this emotional and challenging process and provide you realistic expectations for the

Adultery
Adultery in a Texas divorce

This is another in my Super Simple FAQs series…

What is adultery in Texas?

Adultery is a legal term in Texas that means the voluntary sexual intercourse of a married person with one not the spouse. Texas Family Code § 6.003. Adultery does not have to

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions

This post is another in my Super Simple FAQs series….

How to modify custody in Texas?

Custody — or conservatorship — regarding a child in Texas can always by modified until the child turns 18. Once a court order has been entered regarding custody or conservatorship, a parent

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions

This is another post in the Super Simple FAQ series…

What is conservatorship in Texas?

Conservatorship is the term used in Texas and most other states to address the legal and physical aspects of sharing children when the parties are no longer or have never been married. Some

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions

This post is first in a series of super simple FAQs related to Texas divorce topics…

How do you file for divorce in Texas?

A Texas divorce follows basically the same process whether you have attorneys or represent yourself, whether you have children or not, whether you have