Parents who are anticipating a break-up often worry about what type of custody and visitation will be ordered by the Court. Because losing "custody" can be devastating, it is important for a parent to fully understand Texas law regarding custody.
When couples contemplate divorce, one of the questions that arises is how the property should be divided. Understanding legal terms such as "community property", "separate property" and "just and right division" is critical to being properly prepared for divorce.
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 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.
Married couples contemplating divorce often wonder what level of fault must exist for the Court to grant a divorce. Texas, like many other states, provides numerous "fault" grounds for divorce, and also provides for "no-fault" divorce.
Divorce can be a complicated and difficult process since it necessarily involves determination of child custody and division of property. One additional factor that can impact the divorce is when one or both parents are foreign nationals rather than U.S. citizens or permanent residents.