Fort Worth Family Law Blog

Should I have an attorney send a letter?

Should I have an attorney send a letter?  Probably not. As an attorney, I am sometimes asked if I can “send a letter” to solve some problem or situation. The better question to ask your attorney is, “should I have an attorney send a letter for me?” People think that if the person who is giving [..]

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Estate Planning Truths

As an attorney who has prepared numerous estate plans, I would like to communicate “estate planning truths”. Estate Planning Truths: MISINFORMATION IS ABUNDANT.  I am often surprised by the misinformation circulating about estate planning. The misinformation takes away from the actual understanding why an estate plan is valuable. Misinformation keeps us from seeing why we [..]

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Calculate Texas Child Support

Do you need to calculate Texas child support? A few days ago I was asked: ”If I re-married, will my new spouse’s income make my child support go up?”  In other words, “Is household income after re-marriage used to calculate Texas child support?” The answer to the question is basically “No. spousal income is not [..]

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Temporary Restraining Order With Injunctions

It is a temporary restraining order with injunctions – nothing personal. Lets say you just received a temporary restraining order. It says you can’t even spend your own money during your divorce. Is a temporary restraining order with Injunctions an accusation of wrong doing? What is a temporary restraining order? What are Injunctions? Why do we [..]

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Hiring An Attorney

How to Hire An Attorney   In this article, you will find out the ins and outs of hiring an attorney.  Whether this is your first encounter with the legal system or you are an old pro when it comes to the courts, our quick and easy guide to hiring an attorney will help you [..]

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