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  Attorneys at Houston Texas Law; law offices offer high-quality legal services to both individuals and businesses throughout Houston, Texas. Whatever the practice area of law, whether it is bankruptcy, divorce, family law, estate planning/ probate, OVI, real estate, business litigation, elder law or liquor law, personal injury, crime defense, wrongful death, accident injury, Nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, verdicts & settlements, Divorce, and business law litigation. Our attorneys at the Houston Texas Law have the qualifications and experience to provide you with excellent legal advice.  
 
     
 
     
   

Family Lawyer in Houston Texas:
We provide aggressive representation for the many complex issues of:
family law, including divorce, child support, custody, visitation, and other child-related matters; spousal maintenance (alimony) and special needs; and identification, classification, and equitable division of property for high-worth estates.

Divorce: When starting your divorce, it is first best to perform your own personal divorce case evaluation. This divorce evaluation will help you determine what exactly is at stake legally, emotionally and financially. Too often, people put the "cart in front of the horse" and begin the divorce process without a proper plan and true perspective of what is to come in the future for them and/or their children.
We recommend to contact our law office to help you with your divorce and related matters. A divorce lawyer will not only be able to provide you with sound legal advice, but he or she will also prepare all the paperwork to be filed with the court. This option is always best if your case is contested, you can afford to hire a lawyer, and your matters to settle are rather complicated.

Child Custody: In Texas, the court will do everything it can to promote a mutual agreement between the parents regarding custody and visitation. The parties are encourage to enter into a written agreement containing provisions for conservator ship and possession of the child and for modification of the agreement, including variations from the standard possession order. The court will review the agreement and if it believes what is set forth is in the best interest of the children, the court will order custody according to the agreement. If the court finds the agreement is not in the child’s best interest, the court may request the parties to submit a revised agreement or the court may render an order for the conservator ship and possession of the child. If a child is 12 years or older, the court may consider his or her wishes. (Texas Code - Family Code - Chapters: 5-153.004-153.434)

Child Support: Texas child support is typically calculated by using a Child Support Worksheet. The worksheet will generate an appropriate Texas child support obligation according to each spouse’s income and other relative numeric factors such as taxes paid and retirement contributions, etc.. Once this amount is determined it is essential to take a look at any appropriate Texas child support deviation factors that may be applicable to the situation.

Property Division: In Texas, the property and debt issues are typically settled between the parties by a signed Marital Settlement Agreement or the property award is actually order and decreed by the District Court within the Decree of Divorce.

The court shall order a division of the following real and personal property, wherever situated, in a manner that the court deems just and right, having due regard for the rights of each party and any children of the marriage.

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