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Montgomery County Standing Orders, Part 4

The District Courts and County Courts of Montgomery County have automatic orders that go into effect for every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Montgomery County. These automatic orders are court orders and if either party violates one or more of the automatic orders they risk being found in contempt […]

Montgomery County Standing Orders, Part 3

The District Courts and County Courts of Montgomery County have automatic orders that go into effect for every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Montgomery County. These automatic orders are court orders and if either party violates one or more of the automatic orders they risk being found in contempt […]

Montgomery County Standing Orders, Part 2

The District Courts and County Courts of Montgomery County have automatic orders that go into effect for every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Montgomery County. These automatic orders are court orders and if either party violates one or more of the automatic orders they risk being found in contempt […]

Montgomery County Standing Orders, Part 1

The District Courts and County Courts of Montgomery County have automatic orders that go into effect for every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Montgomery County. These automatic orders are court orders and if either party violates one or more of the automatic orders they risk being found in contempt […]

An End to the 60 Day Waiting Period?

Families that have gone through divorce in The Woodlands are familiar with the 60 day waiting period. If this is the first time you are hearing about it, let’s review how it works. Once a spouse files for divorce in The Woodlands or anywhere in Texas, there is a mandatory 60 day waiting period. The […]

Division of Property

Division of the marital property is often a key issue attorneys deal with in divorce cases in The Woodlands. Each party often believes they are entitled to certain property at the conclusion of the divorce, but what does the law provide for how to divide property?

The Mandatory Waiting Period

Many families going through divorce in The Woodlands ask “How soon can my divorce be final?” Texas divorce law requires a waiting period of 60 days. No Court may grant a divorce before the 60th day after the date the suit for divorce was filed. This does not mean your case is automatically over after […]