When a parent fails to make child support payments, they not only fail to provide for their child, but also violate a court order.
If you are considering divorce and have concerns about what will happen to the family home – in addition to any other real estate, assets, or debts involved – our lawyers work closely with clients to help them understand how property is shared and divided during divorce, and what available options you have when it comes to a family home.
Prenuptial agreements, also referred to as prenups or premarital agreements, have not earned the greatest reputation throughout the years.
While spousal maintenance is available if a person meets requirements under the Texas Family Code, it is not guaranteed. The duration and amount of maintenance will vary on a case-by-case basis. As such, it is important to understand your rights when initiating the divorce process and handling matters related to spousal maintenance, and to work with proven attorneys who can protect your interests.