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Do Parents Have To Take Parenting Classes To Finalize Their Divorce In Texas?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

For parents of young kids, a divorce can be especially hard. Our state encourages parents to work together to collaboratively solutions to child custody and child time-sharing. This raises an important question: Are parenting classes required for parents getting a divorce in Texas? The short answer is that they are not mandatory for all… Read More »

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What If I Am concerned The Other Parent Will Seek A Modification?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

In Texas, the term “conservatorship” is used to describe the concept of child custody. Once a custody arrangement is in place, parents in Galveston County have a legal duty to abide by it. That being said, changes are possible. Under Texas law (Texas Family Code § 156.101), a court may modify “an order that… Read More »

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What To Know About Child Support And Taxes

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Tax time is quickly approaching. In 2022, all individuals must file their federal income tax return by April 18th (due to holiday/weekend). Of course, Texas is in the minority of U.S. jurisdictions that does not have a state income tax. For separated parents, taxes can be especially complicated. You may be wondering: How will… Read More »

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Is There A Waiting Period For A Divorce In Texas?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Are you getting ready to get a divorce in Texas? If so, you probably have a lot of questions about how the legal process works. A question that many people ask: Is there a waiting period to get a divorce in Houston? The answer is ‘yes’—under Texas law there is a 60 day waiting… Read More »

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How Do You Add A Father To A Child’s Birth Certificate In Galveston County, Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Most parents want the father’s name on a child’s birth certificate. For married couples, the process of adding a father’s name on the birth certificate is relatively straightforward. It can be done at the hospital—just the same as the mother’s name. For unmarried couples, there are some additional challenges. Paternity must be established. In… Read More »

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Four Tips To Help You Reach A Settlement In Your Child Custody Case

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Ending a relationship is hard—especially if you have young children. Whether you are getting a divorce or separating, you and your former partner will need to work out an arrangement regarding child custody. Under Texas law (Tex. Fam. Code § 153.002), the best interest of the child should “always be the primary consideration” in… Read More »

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Answering Six Frequently Asked Questions About Property Division In Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

For divorcing couples in Texas, dividing property and assets can be challenging. It is not uncommon for property division to be the single most contentious issue in a marital separation. If you are preparing for a divorce, it is imperative that you know your rights and responsibilities under Texas law.  Here, our Galveston County… Read More »

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Four Tips To Help You Prepare For Family Litigation In Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Are you locked in a difficult family law dispute in Texas? If so, you may be considering your options to take the case to court. Family litigation is complex. There are a number of challenging legal, logistical, and emotional issues. At Lindamood & Robinson, P.C., we want to make sure that you are in… Read More »

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Three Different Reasons Why A Texas Judge Will Modify A Child Custody Order/Agreement

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Going through a child custody dispute is never easy. It can come as an enormous sense of relief when you finalized a custody order/custody agreement. Yet, in some ways, a custody case is never truly finalized until the child becomes an adult. In Texas, the terms of a custody order or custody agreement are… Read More »

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Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets? Four Ways A Divorce Attorney Can Help

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Divorce is challenging—particularly so for high net worth couples. Texas is a community property state. Under Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 194.2, parties to a divorce are required to make comprehensive financial disclosures to ensure that marital assets can be split in the proper manner. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. You may be… Read More »

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