Pearland TX Divorce Lawyer for Men
We are accepting divorce law clients in Pearland, Texas. As family relationships grow and develop, conflicts can arise. Call (832) 410-8935.
Family law provides guidelines and offers legal alternatives to remedy the issues family members often face. Unfortunately, there are times when divorce is inevitable and it’s best to just peacefully go your separate ways.
Pearland Divorce Attorney
If you are facing a divorce or family law issue in Pearland, Texas, then you should contact our office as soon as possible. Never face a divorce without an experienced divorce attorney.
If you have any questions, call our office today at 832-410-8935. We help clients in Pearland and the Greater Houston Area.
Special thanks to attorney Robert Von Dohlen (not affiliated with this firm) for the video.
Family Law FAQ
Putative Marriage in Texas
The discussion of bigamy in modern-day society has the most negative connotations. Although the Texas Family Code makes it illegal for an individual to have more than one spouse; Texas courts are still battling the continuing emergence of bigamy and what Texas calls a putative marriage. More here
Determining Child Custody in Tx
Child Custody is a sensitive issue handled by the Texas Family Courts. Texas courts will always prefer a joint managing conservatorship between the parents, however that may not always be the case. Let’s dive in to what factors the court considers while determining child custody. More here
Texas Grounds for Divorce
Texas law has listed the following as proper grounds for divorce: insupportability, cruelty, adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, living apart, and confinement in a mental hospital. It is important to note that Texas is a “no-fault divorce state”; this means that if one spouse files for a divorce, it is not necessary that the non-filing spouse have committed what constitutes “a bad act”. The Texas Family Code defines these grounds as…More here
Common Law Marriage
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When marriage is discussed, a religious ceremony and a civil proceeding may come to mind. Texas, however, recognizes an additional category of marriage—a common law marriage—what the Texas Family Code defines as an Informal Marriage. It is important to note that in Texas, there is no distinction between a Common Law Marriage and an Informal Marriage. More here