At the Recalde Law Firm, we are devoted to representing clients in martial and family law matters by educating them through out the process. Education enables our clients to reach constructive long term outcomes. We are committed to creating individualized solutions customized to each situation.
A postnuptial agreement is very similar to a prenuptial agreement because it will address the details for dividing the couple’s martial property in case of separation or divorce.
Texas is a Community Property State, but what does that mean? It means that any property that is purchased with community funds after the date of the marriage is considered community property, belonging to both spouses.
Whether you are seeking custody in the context of divorce or not, determining who gets custody of your children can be very emotional. It is very important for the parties to keep in mind what the best interest of the children is when making decisions.
Before filing for divorce, one of the spouses must be a resident of Texas for a continuous six months and in the county where the divorce is filed for 90 days. Meeting these requirements gives the Court jurisdiction over your divorce case.
Due to the legal complexities involved, it is important to have someone on your side who fully understands the adoption process. At the Recalde Law Firm, PLLC, we have the knowledge and skills to guide you from the very beginning of your case.
Child Protective Services has a duty to investigate any report regarding child abuse and neglect. If a case has been filed and CPS is requesting custody of your children, it is best that you seek legal advice right away.
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