The law in Texas encourages both parents to have meaningful relationships with their children. To work toward that goal, the Texas legislature has created a concept known as "Joint Managing Conservatorship," abbreviated as "JMC." This article provides an overview of conservatorship.Read More
Parents can modify the custodial arrangements for their children at any time by agreement. If they cannot agree, the parent who wants to modify the custody arrangement must convince the judge that there has been a significant change in circumstances that justifies the change and that the change will improve the child's life.Read More
A divorce in Texas will cover five areas. Some divorces are simpler because there are no children involved or no property has been accumulated. Some are more complicated because of a combination of issues unique to one particular case. This article explains the most common issues.Read More
If one spouse owns a retirement account before marriage and continues to contribute to that account from employment earnings during the marriage, then when the marriage ends, the account may have a mixture of separate property and community property. This article explains how to trace account to account for this mixture.Read More
When a marriage is dissolved in Texas, the judge is required to determine what community property exists and then divide it between the spouses. This article explains how property division works in a Texas divorce.Read More
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