It is challenging to co-parent during the holidays but planning and preparation in advance can help make it better.
While Texas law allows for appeals in custody cases, they are rarely granted. There are certain criteria that can trigger it though.
After your divorce in Texas, one of the court’s top priorities is protecting the well-being of children by putting their interests first.
If you find yourself in a shared custody or child support situation that is spiraling out of control fast, you should take action immediately.
It’s that time of year again; tax time. Have you ever wondered if you can write off your child support payments?
While cases of mistaken paternity are rare, they do exist and the consequences are detrimental and far reaching.
There are unique situations in which parents can agree to pay no child support. Here, in Texas, specifically, your judge determines whether or not it serves the best interest of the child or children, of course.