In Texas, the family courts have authority over divorce matters and can help to determine which parent receives primary custody of the children as well as which parent has to pay child support. The process can be confusing and difficult, especially if both spouses don't get along and cannot reach an amicable resolution on their own. Whenever you need assistance in a family law case, our firm is here to help. Call us today for a consultation. We look forward
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Filing for divorce is a big decision. Divorce can be relatively complex. We can stand beside you from the initial filing to the conclusive settlement. Divorce involves making many decisions regarding property division, child support, child custody, visitation, and more. We can help you make choices that are best for your family and your future while ensuring that you secure a sound and solid dissolution of marriage settlement.
Child custody is one of the most difficult parts of the divorce process. We understand that your children are of incalculable value to you. Naturally, you want to spend as much time with your children as you can. We can help you petition for primary custody of your kids or organize a child custody order that best serves the children's welfare. We can also help you modify existing child custody orders post-divorce.
If you are not granted primary custody of your children in a divorce, then you will want to petition for visitation. Court-ordered visitation can guarantee that you will be able to spend quality time with your kids after the divorce is settled. We can help you to arrange a visitation schedule that can be approved and enforced by the court or guide you through understanding a court-ordered visitation plan.
If you have custody of your children, you may be eligible to receive child support payments from your ex-spouse. If you are a paying spouse, we can help you to petition for reasonable child support disbursement. If you are a receiving spouse, we can assist you with making sure that you are getting an amount of child support that will adequately provide for your children. We can also help you to modify child support payments if you need to change the ruling post-divorce.
If Child Protective Services (CPS) is involved in your case, you will want an attorney to assist you with your situation. CPS has the ability to remove children from your home if a representative determines that the children are in danger where they are located. We can work to advocate for your innocence and allow you to maintain custody of your children!
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