What Is Insupportability in a Divorce in Texas?

No groom watches his bride walk down the aisle while thinking it could all come crashing down in a divorce. Marriages start with dreams of the future, shared goals, and endless potential. While oftentimes these dreams or goals do come true, there are times when...

How to File for Back Child Support in Texas

Raising a child can be expensive, and both parents should be sharing that financial burden even if they’re no longer together. If you have custody of your child and have not gotten financial support from the other parent, you might be entitled to retroactive child...

What Constitutes Cruelty in Divorce in Texas?

If you feel that your spouse is cruel to you, you might be thinking about using it as grounds for divorce. But what constitutes cruelty in divorce in Texas, and does mental or emotional cruelty count? If so, how can you prove it? Here’s what you need to know as you...