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How to Adopt an Adult in Texas

How to Adopt an Adult in Texas

When hearing the word “adoption”, child adoption comes to mind by default rather than adult adoption. The latter goes through a much easier process than the former because not a lot of other individuals’ consent are needed for adoption to be successful. In Texas, a number of reasons why an adoption of an adult takes […]

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What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

In case you’re wondering what a post-nuptial agreement is, it’s basically just like a pre-marital agreement. The only difference is that pre-marital ones are signed before the marriage and post-nuptial ones are signed after the wedding. Usually, the motivation between a prenup agreement and a post-nuptial agreement are not the same. In Texas, you are […]

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Emancipation in Texas

Emancipation in Texas

Parents have the responsibility to support their children while growing up. In states like Texas, it is the duty of parents to provide the basic needs, shelter, education, and other kinds of support to their children up until the age of eighteen. Our laws also give restrictions to children and turn into parents for consent […]

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Am I Responsible for My Spouse’s Debt?

Am I Responsible for My Spouse’s Debt?

Marriage is a union between two people who want to share their life together “for richer, for poorer.” It is common knowledge that they are to share their assets, and that is usually a pleasant discussion. However, when liabilities are the topic, specifically debt, how much accountability does a spouse have? The laws in Texas […]

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The Importance of your Lawyer in a CPS Case

The Importance of your Lawyer in a CPS Case

Child Protective Services (CPS) is under Texas’ Department of Family and Protective Services.  This department’s role is to look after the welfare of children in the state of Texas and also provide them with the protection children need.  When dealing with a case with the CPS department, having a lawyer to help with the proceedings […]

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Sex Contracts Through the Years

Sex Contracts Through the Years

It’s no surprise that more often than not, bedroom action starts losing its fire when the relationship reaches a certain stage, especially if you consider the stress that come with a marriage, such as children, expenses, health, or career. This, however, is something you can actually avoid when put into paper. The introduction of the […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Texas

A lawsuit can be lengthy and stressful for both parties involved in a dispute. It can also be very expensive and in many cases, it is a no-win situation. Recognizing this reality, the state of Texas has legislated Alternative Dispute Resolutions. Alternative Dispute Resolutions will give two parties a venue to settle their dispute without […]

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What Your Invoice Tells About Your Divorce Lawyer’s Hourly Charges

What Your Invoice Tells About Your Divorce Lawyer’s Hourly Charges

There are two divorce lawyers. Lawyer A charges 300$ per hour, while Lawyer B charges 400$ per hour. Say, you hired Lawyer A for your divorce and then called him to talk about the hearing schedule and the call took three minutes. When you received your bills, you saw that he charged you 60$ for […]

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A Guide on Estate Planning for Single Parents

A Guide on Estate Planning for Single Parents

All through life, we work hard, earn, and invest on properties. Being a single parent makes your hard work even double. You need to make decisions for the sake of your future and your children’s. What if something happens to you? What would be the outcome of your children? Of your properties? Estate planning is […]

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Welcome to the Texas Family Law Blog!

Welcome to the Texas Family Law Blog!

This is just a quick introductory post to let everyone know what I intend to do with this blog. There are a couple purposes, one of which is occasionally I see an issue that intrigues me, or that I simply want to rant a bit about. Another reason is that I see a lot of […]

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