Close Menu

Recent Blog Posts

DisabledBoy

Texas Divorce and Special Needs Children

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Texas law allows residents to divorce for a variety of reasons, but in all cases, a 60-day waiting period after filing applies. The waiting period begins after the initial divorce petition is filed, which requires that the couple reach an agreement or that the court rules on such issues as: Grounds for divorce; Division… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Div12

Why You Shouldn’t DIY Divorce

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Given the potential expense of divorce, it is no surprise that many couples attempt to complete their divorce paperwork themselves. While this do-it-yourself plan may seem straightforward if the couple agrees to a no-fault divorce and has little property to divide, issues can arise at any point which may leave you wishing you had… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
FatherSon

Texas Custody Agreements and How They Limit Your Ability to Relocate

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

If you are the custodial parent and would like to move out of state, you’ll need a judge’s permission in most cases. This is because Texas typically limits where the custodial parent can move to, if they wish to take the child with them. Even if the original custody agreement does not limit relocation… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
DivorceCourt

Divorce Capital of Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Bonham, Texas, has the dubious honor of holding the highest divorce rate percentage in Texas, and among the highest in the nation, at nearly 19 percent. This divorce rate was a five-year average and included only couples whose divorce had become final at the time of the study. Splitting Assets  Texas law declares any… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Alimony_Rings

How the New Tax Laws Will Affect Your Divorce

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

When Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in 2017, they made changes that went into effect this year. With that said, there are a few additional things that you need to take into consideration if you are thinking about getting a divorce. This is particularly true if you think that alimony will… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
CSupport9

When Can Child Support Be Modified in Texas?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Orders for child support are only allowed to be changed by getting a new order from the court. Informal agreements between the parties involved cannot change the child support that is ordered by the court. Although the parties may agree to the change, unless it is written in an order and signed by the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
MomDaughter

How Can Parental Alienation Affect A Child Custody Battle?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Child custody cases are never easy, but they can be exceptionally bad if one parent tries to use the children against the other parent. The Texas courts will always try to act in the best interests of the child and often try to be sure that both parents are involved with the children. However,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Div17

How Are Issues Resolved When a Divorce is Still Pending?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Regardless of why you and your spouse have chosen to get a divorce, you may feel like your world is coming to an end. However, life goes on. You have to go to work, take care of the children, and do the other duties that you did before everything changed. These things can be… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Time_Holiday2

What Does the Texas Family Code Say About Holiday Visitation?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

With the holidays approaching, it is important to remember what the Texas Family Code says about divorces and holidays. While parents are allowed to make other arrangements if they have been approved by the court, there is a standard approach that the state of Texas takes to handling holidays after a divorce. This approach… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
PaternityTest

What You Need to Know About Establishing Paternity in Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Paternity means legal fatherhood. At birth, the law automatically recognizes the two legal parents of a child, the husband and wife. For married couples, paternity is that simple. There are no additional legal steps needed. However, when a child is born to parents who aren’t married to one another, the law doesn’t automatically recognize… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus

Our Locations

Houston Map Location

Houston

1415 Louisiana Street, Suite 3450
Houston, TX 77002
phone 713-654-2112
League City Map Location

League City

2600 South Shore Blvd., Suite 300
League City, TX 77573
phone 281-486-6116

Contact a Member of the Firm