Family Law & Divorce Information in Houston, Texas

Family Law, Divorce, In Houston Texas

Grandparents Rights Lawyer Houston Texas

Author: | November 25th, 2014 | Category : Houston Divorce Attorney

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Grandparents Rights Lawyer Houston Texas In Harris county, Texas grandparents many times have had difficulty to file original suits but also trouble in filing interventions in active suits between the parents.  Sections 1002.003 and 102.004 of the Texas family code gives grandparents the ability to intervene in a lawsuit that involves their grandchildren.  Most of … Read more »

How to take a default divorce in Harris County Texas

Author: | November 23rd, 2014 | Category : Harris County District Courts Divorce

How to take a default divorce in Harris County Texas You must first file a petition for divorce with a bureau of vital statics form, Civil Case Information Sheet, and a Harris County Civil Process Request Form. The clerk will require that a filing fee be paid.  It may be that you are stating that you are eligible for a fee waiver.  Most of the fee waivers in this region are … Read more »

Cruel Treatment Grounds for Divorce Texas

Author: | November 21st, 2014 | Category : Harris County Family Law Attorney, Houston Divorce Attorney

Cruel Treatment Grounds for Divorce Texas A trial court may grant a divorce on the ground of cruel treatment under the Texas Family Code Section  6.002 . To be considered “cruel treatment,” the conduct of the accused party must rise to such a level as to render the couple’s living together insupportable.  Ayala v. Ayala, 387 S.W.3d 721, 733 (Tex.App.-Houston [1st Dist .] 2011, no pet.); Newberry v. Newberry, 351 … Read more »

Beverly B. Malazzo appointed to 309th as Associate Judge

Author: | November 17th, 2014 | Category : Harris County District Courts Divorce

 Beverly B. Malazzo appointed to 309th as Associate Judge Judge Dean has announced the replaced for Judge Charley Prine.  Judge Prine won the election for the 246th and will be moving over at the end of the year.   Beverly B. Malazzo earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law in 1992.  She also holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees from Texas A&M … Read more »

International Divorce and Family law in Harris County Texas

Author: | October 21st, 2014 | Category : Harris County District Courts Divorce

International Divorce and Family law in Harris County Texas A international divorce usually involves spouses who perhaps have filed for divorce in a foreign jurisdiction, where the waiting period is much longer than Texas, or perhaps that jurisdiction only grants a divorce based on fault, and this would be grounds to be awarded a disproportionate share of the  of the marital assets.  Children of the marriage would also be a … Read more »

What to do when CPS ask for a drug test in Harris County Texas

Author: | October 19th, 2014 | Category : Harris County Family Law Attorney

What to do when CPS ask for a drug test in Harris County Texas Normally child protective services will ask for a drug test when another has called in and stated that you are using illegal drugs.  Sometimes it may happen after and arrest is made which may be a drug related offense. The drug test that is performed is typically a swab or urine test.  If you test positive, … Read more »

What to Say in Front of Judge to Get Divorced Texas

Author: | October 12th, 2014 | Category : Divorce Agreement

What to Say in Front of Judge to Get Divorced Texas If you have an attorney, that attorney will likely ask you questions that are as follows. If you have no attorney, sometimes the Judge will help you and ask you these questions, but the Judge is not required nor do they generally help you out.  Feel feel to print out the questions and use when you go to court. … Read more »

How to hire a cut throat divorce attorney

Author: | October 1st, 2014 | Category : Houston Divorce Attorney

How to hire a cut throat divorce attorney At the beginning of the case, you will need to prepare your pleadings such that every single cause of action is plead.  Look to see if you have a jury issue.  Jury issues include who can be primary of the child, if no children, then fault in the divorce can be a jury issue along with characterization of property.  Ask for temporary … Read more »

How to lose in Harris County divorce court

Author: | September 27th, 2014 | Category : Harris County District Courts Divorce

How to lose in Harris County divorce court Well now, that is a first, is it not.  How many lawyers are going to tell you how to lose. You generally lose when a combination of the following events occur: 1. You fail to show up at court 2. You hire a peckerhead lawyer 3. You are belligerent with the judge 4. You are late for court 5. You lie to … Read more »

How to prepare for your child custody trial

Author: | September 25th, 2014 | Category : Harris County Child Custody Lawyer

How to prepare for your child custody trial At the start of this article, I would like  to say that if you are preparing for an hearing in which child support is an issue, but not who determines the primary residence of your children, then this article will not likely help you.  When you and the other parent of your children cannot agree to whom shall be the parent who … Read more »