Filing for divorce in Texas follows a timeline specific to your situation, which can take longer than expected. Texas Legal Attorney John Chivis discusses what you can expect from your divorce in Texas. He describes what you can expect from the divorce filing process and what you will need to file for divorce.
Your mediator will help you determine what issues need to be addressed and ask questions about your needs, constraints, and hopes for dividing your assets, creating a custody or parenting agreement, and child or spousal support.
When looking to start or grow your family, there are many options including adoption. But within adoption, there are many more pathways to creating your forever family.
During the adoption process, you can request your child’s social security number and name to be changed. This is the best chance to keep your child’s identity protected from nefarious activity.
Pre and postnuptial agreements are not just for the rich and famous, many couples can benefit from these agreements. If your spouse takes out a credit card without your knowledge, under Texas law, you are both responsible for that debt- unless you have a prenup in place
One way to bring a small measure of order to the often chaotic process of divorce is to properly prepare…