When you are going through a divorce, there are three primary areas that might need to be addressed. Some divorces might have all of these, and others may have one or two. No matter what, it is a good idea to look into them so that you know what to expect. We are here to answer any questions you might have about any of these common concerns.
Leaving an abusive relationship is a big step, but it is often one that can save your life. When you are deciding what to do about this situation, you need to think about how you are going to stay safe. Many people successfully leave abusive marriages. However, there is always a chance that your leaving will anger your abuser.
When you are married, you and your spouse work toward the shared goal of keeping the house up and running, including paying the bills. When both spouses work, there are two sources of income as well. If you go through a divorce, you might struggle to pay those same expenses.
Family law matters are sometimes very difficult to think about. Child custody and grandparent's rights are a couple of matters that might prove to be very emotional matters. This is usually because of the intense emotions that are involved with these cases. We know that you can't just make your feelings go away, but you can work to address those feelings as your case moves forward.
Family matters vary greatly from one case to another. The thing that they all have in common is that they are very emotional matters. We understand that your family is very important to you, so we will help you find solutions to your family law matters.
The scope of family law is vast. In some cases, the circumstances surrounding the issue are so out of the ordinary that nobody really knows how they will play out. One such case is ongoing in Texas right now. In this case, the father of a newborn is facing uncertainty as he begins his life a single father.
We recently discussed how Texas is using a new method for collecting back child support. Until the arrears are covered, the person can't get his or her registration for a vehicle. While this might seem extreme, it is imperative that parents pay their obligations for their children.
States have used various methods to incentivize parents who don't make their child support payments on time and/or in full to meet their responsibilities. Here in Texas, a program was introduced last September that denies people who are at least six months behind on their payments vehicle registration renewals.
In recent years, abortion has stood out as one of the most controversial topics of all times. The Supreme Court's ruling over the Roe v. Wade case in 1972 legally granted women the choice to abort their pregnancy for any reason within a specified gestational limit. Though abortion is still legal in the United States, the Roe ruling has faced much criticism over the years by pro-life activists opposing abortion.
Divorce is never easy, whether it is the emotional turmoil or the legal proceedings that need to be dealt with. Military divorce follows many of the same essential legal affairs as a civilian divorce. Like all civil divorces, military divorces need to be filed in the state court as well. However, certain issues specific to the armed forces may arise in case of military divorces that make the process a little different.