Texas Family Law: How do I receive child support from the Attorney General’s Office (OAG)?


Child Support

When a child support order gets entered by a district court a child support report will be sent to the OAG. What that will mean is that your personal information will be sent to the OAG and an account will be sent up so child support payments can be processed. In the OAG’s vernacular, the […]

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Texas Family Law: What do I take to my divorce lawyer on my first office visit?


Divorce

Once you have decided to hire your attorney, its the perfect attorney to come prepared and get started. We ask our new divorce client’s to bring in 1. Twelve months of bank statements, 2. Twelve months of credit card statements, 3. Updated Credit Report, 4. List of Assets/Debts, 5. Proof of inheritance or gift(s) received. […]

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Discovery in Divorce: Request for Production


Divorce

In Texas, sending request for production is a discovery tool used by your attorney to require a party to PRODUCE records. Responses to request for production are due approximately 30 day’s from the date they are received. Request for production are usually based upon a computer generated template that involves reviewing typical asset documents. Most […]

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The trick to sharing information with your ex WITHOUT COMMUNICATING with them


Divorce

Interacting with an ex can become uncomfortable and the source of repeated conflict. Interaction, to a degree, becomes a necessity for parties to a divorce with children. I recommend that client’s sign up for Family Wizard, a computer software program that allows you to send/tract messages to your ex about the goings on of your […]

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