Family Law & Divorce Information in Houston, Texas

Family Law, Divorce, In Houston Texas

Category Archives: FORT BEND TEXAS DIVORCE COURTS

NONCONTESTED DIVORCE ROSENBERG TEXAS

NONCONTESTED DIVORCE ROSENBERG TEXAS NONCONTESTED DIVORCE ROSENBERG TEXAS  is the quickest and the least expensive way to get divorced in Fort Bend County. In this type of divorce both parties are able to remove the emotional side of divorce and treat the process as a business transaction without the need of extensive litigation.  This also means that both parties make full disclosure as to assets and liabilities. To quality for an uncontested divorce both parties … Read more »

Uncontested Divorce Katy Texas

Uncontested Divorce Katy Texas, uncontested or noncontested divorce in Katy, Texas.   There are two courts in Fort Bend County to 387th and the 328th.  I regularly practice in front of both judges on a weekly basis.  Too have it uncontested or waiver divorce the party’s must be in agreement as to the property division.   If you tell me you have no property I understand community property is all property earned  and acquired during the marriage.  Separate property is property … Read more »

Restraining Order SugarLand

Author: | January 23rd, 2013 | Category : FORT BEND TEXAS DIVORCE COURTS

Restraining Order SugarLand Restraining Order SugarLand  is used in a family law case attempts to preserve status well status quo means bills are paid, utility deposits are not withdrawn, account balance, is maintained other than reasonable and necessary expenses.   Typically you can have a hearing on the restraining order within 14 to 21 days.  Temporary orders in the divorce is also another term used  which means to keep everything together pending a final trial.  It can take anywhere from 9 … Read more »

FORT BEND TEXAS DIVORCE COURTS

Author: | December 18th, 2012 | Category : Divorce Agreement, FORT BEND TEXAS DIVORCE COURTS

  Fort Bend Texas Divorce Courts This article does not address the Title IV courts in Fort Bend only the divorce courts. There are two divorces courts in Fort Bend County.  Both courts require mediation before a temporary orders hearing involving child custody.  The 387th typically calls docket at 9 a.m. and the cases are bifurcated between the judges based on even or odd numbers.  You have one presiding judge and one … Read more »