Dallas Family Law Blog

IT’S A NEW WORLD

The U.S. Supreme Court held today that same sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, and that state bans against same sex marriages are unconstitutional. Today is an historic day. Period. Today will be remembered. To say it is unlikely that another Supreme Court decision in my lifetime will have as big an […]

Keyla’s Story

Keyla’s Story: 

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Cracked Mud Floors.

Dirty pieces of cloth to sleep on, laid on cracked mud floors.

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Grass Roofs with sides made of sticks tied together. Bugs and mice in the grass roof.  

A dirty cast iron […]

Splitting assets up equally in Texas

As a community property state, Texas is a state in which you can assume that your assets will be divided roughly equally after a […]

Child custody and grandparents’ rights: What’s involved?

There are many misconceptions about what grandparents rights refers to and how Texas handles these child custody cases. While Texas does recognize

Keeping the holidays special during a divorce

If you are going through a divorce in Texas, the holidays may not seem as bright and special as they once did. After all, […]