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Uncontested
Divorce

Uncontested
Divorce

Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce is one in which all issues are agreed by both parties. Typically, divorcing parties will agree that each will keep all of the property in his or her possession and pay all debts in his or her name.

Contested
Divorce

Contested
Divorce

Contested Divorce

Many family law cases result from deep-seeded conflict, imbalance in power, substance abuse and even domestic violence. These toxic elements make out of court discussion and compromise unlikely.

Modification
Of Custody

Modification
Of Custody

Modification Of Custody

oWhen a family court enters an order for the support or custody of a child, it retains continuing, exclusive jurisdiction to modify these orders when circumstances change.

Uncontested
Divorce

Uncontested
Divorce

Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce is one in which all issues are agreed by both parties. Typically, divorcing parties will agree that each will keep all of the property in his or her possession and pay all debts in his or her name.

Child
Support

Child
Support

Child Support

Many clients come to our Ft. Worth family law offices thinking child support is nothing more than an application of the formula in the Texas Child Support Guidelines.

Collaborative
Divorce

Collaborative
Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

When you agree to a Collaborative Divorce, you are agreeing that you will not ask the court to intervene in your divorce. There are no hearings, no motions filed in court.

Open
Adoption

Open
Adoption

Open Adoption

Adoption occurs when a child who is available for adoption is “matched” with a family seeking to adopt. For the child to be eligible for adoption, all prior parental rights must have been terminated.

CPS
Claims

CPS
Claims

CPS Claims

An uncontested divorce is one in which all issues are agreed by both parties. Typically, divorcing parties will agree that each will keep all of the property in his or her possession and pay all debts in his or her name.

Grandparent’s
Rights

Grandparent’s
Rights

Grandparent’s Rights

When a child’s physical health or emotional development is significantly impaired, it may be in the child’s best interest to be raised by another family member.

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