If you’re thinking about a divorce, or have already taken the first steps to file for a divorce, you may have a lot of questions about the process. One of the best resources for answers is a qualified Texas divorce lawyer. At the Tidwell Law Firm, PLLC, our Texas divorce…

Divorce is always a difficult process, but when children are involved the emotional stakes are much higher. One of the most common questions our divorce attorneys receive is how to file for child custody in Texas? Obtaining custody of your child requires a knowledgeable divorce attorney and quick action to…

When it comes to divorce, splitting assets is one of the most contentious aspects of the split. Choosing not to live together and to get the divorce may be easy to agree on, but when it comes time to split marital assets, many couples wind up in a nasty battle.…

Non-custodial parents are typically ordered to pay child support to their ex. The amount they are required to pay each month will vary based on several factors, with one of the most important being their monthly net income. The court will determine the amount to pay and issue an order…

One of the biggest concerns our divorce clients have when coming to our law firm for legal advice is the cost of divorce in Texas. The honest answer is that the overall cost of a divorce depends on a number of different factors. Factors include whether children are involved, how…

There is a step-by-step divorce process in Texas. For those who are considering ending their marriage, the question of where to start and the sheer gravity of the decision often make divorce a difficult decision. Add to that a belief that children might be negatively impacted, and many put off…

When couples divorce, or when unmarried people have children together, they will need to decide who has custody of the children. Child custody can be simple or complicated, depending on whether the parents can reach an agreement between themselves. At Tidwell Law Firm, we have represented numerous parents seeking custody…

Legal separation is not directly addressed under Texas law. However, you can still “legally separate.” In other words, there are no specific statutes addressing legal separation. So, it is not specifically recognized by Texas courts. That means that you and your spouse can split up and live separately and reach…

If you are considering or are in the process of a divorce, you may have questions and need an overview of Texas family law. Here, we’ll take a look at what you can expect from the court process, how lawyers help mediate the process, and what the specific Texas laws…