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24Feb
Do You Each Need a Lawyer for a Collaborative Divorce?

Do You Each Need a Lawyer for a Collaborative Divorce?

A collaborative divorce is an ideal path for many divorcing couples. However, though one of the primary goals of this type of divorce is to work together, each spouse should still have their own Sugar Land divorce attorney. Here’s why you...Read More

17Feb
Events that Can Terminate Child Support

Events that Can Terminate Child Support

When family courts order child support, the orders are permanent. Parents can’t come back to the courts frequently to ask for changes to the child support orders. However, in some circumstances, a change is warranted. In fact, there are...Read More

10Feb
What Happens When One Parent Moves Out of the Country?

What Happens When One Parent Moves Out of the Country?

Every so often, unmarried parents who have children together will need to relocate. If one parent wants to relocate out of the country, another layer of difficulty is added. You should always seek the sound advice of a family law attorney when it...Read More

27Jan
Can You Stop Child Support When You are Unemployed?

Can You Stop Child Support When You are Unemployed?

Not being able to pay for basic needs after a job loss is stressful enough. If you can’t pay child support, you could face several legal consequences. If you recently had your income reduced, talk to an attorney as soon as possible about a...Read More

20Jan
Steps of the Collaborative Divorce Process

Steps of the Collaborative Divorce Process

Divorce doesn’t have to be a win or lose situation. In a collaborative divorce, both spouses can potentially win on the issues that are paramount to them. If you are considering this type of divorce, it’s essential that you understand...Read More

13Jan
Is Child Support an Issue in Every Divorce Case?

Is Child Support an Issue in Every Divorce Case?

Every divorce has its own issues that need to be resolved before it’s over. Sometimes even once it’s over, issues come up in the future that need to be dealt with. Post-divorce circumstances can change, necessitating changes in child...Read More

6Jan
When Will a Judge Allow a Parent to Relocate with a Child?

When Will a Judge Allow a Parent to Relocate with a Child?

For many parents, moving is a part of life that will happen at one time or another. If you share custody of a child, moving becomes even more complicated. Parents who must venture down this path should secure the services of an experienced...Read More

30Dec
Do You Need to Adjust Your Custody Schedule for 2021?

Do You Need to Adjust Your Custody Schedule for 2021?

Child custody is frequently a contentious issue when parents aren’t married. However, sometimes changes must be made in the best interests of the parents or the child. A child custody modification lawyer can help you pursue these changes for...Read More

23Dec
How Collaborative Divorce Might Have a Faster Outcome

How Collaborative Divorce Might Have a Faster Outcome

Divorce can be a lengthy process. Couples who elect a collaborative divorce will end the process sooner than those who don’t. A divorce attorney can explain your options and help you understand why a collaborative divorce might be the right...Read More

16Dec
Can You Agree to a Different Child Support Amount on Your Own?

Can You Agree to a Different Child Support Amount on Your Own?

If you get along with your child’s other parent, it probably makes sense for you to work out changes to your child support agreement between yourselves. This is fine, but you must also submit it to the court. Otherwise, changes to the current...Read More

9Dec
Many Parents are Moving Closer to Family for Help During the Pandemic

Many Parents are Moving Closer to Family for Help During the Pandemic

The pandemic has changed the way Americans do nearly everything in their lives. Perhaps the most impacted of all are single parents. Many are considering moving to be closer to family to get the help and support they need. However, there might be...Read More

2Dec
Reconsider Your Custody Arrangement for 2021

Reconsider Your Custody Arrangement for 2021

Nothing stays the same in life, especially in recent times. If you need to consider a modification to your custody agreement for 2021, hiring an attorney can help ensure that you have the best chance at the court granting your request. As 2020 comes...Read More

25Nov
Experts Who Might Help in Your Collaborative Divorce

Experts Who Might Help in Your Collaborative Divorce

No matter what issues you face in your divorce, there are experts out there who can help. When you start with hiring the right divorce attorney, they can connect you with other collaborative divorce experts to make your divorce as easy and...Read More

18Nov
Can Job Loss Justify a Child Support Modification?

Can Job Loss Justify a Child Support Modification?

Losing your job is overwhelming. If you are worried about how you will pay your bills, you might be eligible for a child support modification. Meet with an attorney to find out if you are eligible and the steps you need to take.  If you...Read More

11Nov
Can You Move with Your Child for a New Job?

Can You Move with Your Child for a New Job?

Child custody issues, moving, and new jobs are all stressors. When you combine all three, life can seem quite chaotic. A qualified attorney can help you with your custody issues as you seek to take your child with you when you move. Not many aspects...Read More

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