If you are considering getting divorced in The Woodlands and you or your spouse earn a high income then things are about to get a little bit more expensive when it comes to child support. If there are children of Read More

At the end of your Woodlands Divorce case you will be faced with signing or asking the judge to sign a Divorce decree. Your Divorce decree is a very important document. It may contain provisions controlling when you or your Read More

It is tax season yet again and if you have experienced a divorce in The Woodlands you may wonder if you can claim the tax exemption for your child(ren) on your income tax return after the divorce. If this vital Read More

On February 28, the Texas Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of In Re Stephanie Lee. The issue in the case is whether a court may refuse to enter an order based on a Mediated Settlement Agreement if the Read More

The Office of the Attorney General has broad powers to file a child support action. These powers include filing a new case, filing a suit for modification, or a suit for enforcement. However, as we’ve discussed before, there are special Read More

A parent’s child support obligation from a Woodlands Divorce generally ends when the child reaches 18 unless the child is disabled. Some parents mistakenly believe that if they drag their feet and avoid paying the child support they are ordered Read More

It happens a lot in the divorce process. Feelings of mistrust, betrayal, anxiety and more that start out small and manageable end up growing. They continue to grow as your case goes on and eventually grow out of control. This Read More

Curious about what a Collaborative Divorce can mean to you and your kids? Don’t take my word for it, listen to two couples who went through the Collaborative Divorce process themselves and discover how they preserved their irreplaceable relationship with Read More

The Standard Possession Order is the default schedule for visitation with children after a Woodlands divorce. There is one large category that the Standard Possession Order does not apply to. That category is children less than 3 years old. If Read More

Revenge and inconvenience are not legal reasons for modifying a child custody order from a Woodlands Divorce. Your Woodlands Divorce Attorney must prove the modification is in the best interests of the child as well as the existence of a Read More