Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu

Category Archives: Family Law

CSupport12

Can Retroactive Child Support Be Ordered in Texas?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

You may have heard the terms “retroactive child support payments,” but do you know what that means? If you have received a court order earlier on for child support, you may be entitled to receive retroactive payments from that order. Your family law attorney can help you understand the options available to you. Seeking… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
DistWoman

Does It Really Matter Who Files a Divorce First?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

When people are considering a divorce, that is one of the questions that is often asked. “Does it really matter who files the divorce first?” The short answer is often yes, but really it depends on what you want the outcome of the divorce to be. Below is an overview of what could happen… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
DivorceSummons

I Was Served Divorce Papers – Now What?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

It can be intimidating to be served with divorce papers, even if you knew they were coming. Although we most commonly think of divorce papers as the list of allegations and requests your spouse is making of you, this petition is only one part of the papers you have been served. Other documents included… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
MomDaughter3

Child Custody Basics

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Texas law favors awarding joint custody whenever possible. Generally, this means that the custodial parent will have the child most of the time, while the non-custodial parent will have the child on first, third, and fifth weekends with an agreed upon holiday and summer schedule. You may also work out your own custody schedule… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
ArguingCouple

Is There Such a Thing as Common Law Marriage in Texas?

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

There are nine states, as well as the District of Columbia, that fully recognize a common law marriage. Texas is one of those nine states. In each of those states there are certain requirements for a marriage to be considered valid. Once those requirements are met, then a common law marriage has the same… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
FamLaw3

What You Need to Know About Changing Your Name as an Adult

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Most people are aware that if you want to change your name as an adult, you can. Many times, people choose to change their name after they have been married or gotten a divorce. After getting married, your last name can be changed by using your marriage license. When you get a divorce, paperwork… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
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
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
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
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

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