Foreign nationals who obtain status as a lawful permanent resident based on marriage are given only conditional status if the marriage that was less than 2 years old at the time permanent resident status is granted.
Parents who separate find themselves trying to navigate the complex visitation laws of Texas. These laws provide a starting point visitation schedule that is presumed to be in the best interest of the child.
Couples that decide to divorce must make many important decisions. In addition to the critical issues of child custody, visitation and child support, married couples must also address the division of their property.
Individuals facing divorce, custody, paternity or termination matters in family court often have complicated situations with sensitive information. Deciding to share this information with an attorney, and also with other professionals involved in the case, can be embarrassing and confusing.
Lawful permanent residents seeking to become United States citizens are often concerned about the mandatory civics test. Today's blog post will address the basic requirements of the civic test and provide some tips for passing the test.
When an individual becomes incapacitated due to age or disability, family members often wonder how to gain legal authority to care for the incapacitated loved one. Family members need to fully understand Texas guardianship law so that they can properly gain the needed legal powers.
Individuals contemplating divorce often have questions about the legal process, cost and timeframe for completing the divorce. Today's blog post will address the required steps for accomplishing the divorce, the length of time required and the estimated costs involved.
Lawful permanent residents of the United States are entitled to reside and work permanently in the U.S. Once a lawful permanent resident becomes eligible to apply for naturalization, a decision must be made whether to apply for naturalization.