The court retains jurisdiction for contempt up to 6 months after the kid is adult or up to 6 months after the right to possession terminates.
The court retains jurisdiction for contempt up to 2 years after the child becomes an adult or 2 years after the child support obligation terminates.
A retainer is an amount of money paid in advance to secure the services of an attorney. The retainer is held in a trust account on behalf of the client. The attorney's hourly rate is billed against the retainer amount. What that means is that every time work is performed on a client's file the hourly [...]
There is a minimum 60 day waiting period in Texas to finalize a divorce. However, how long a divorce takes depends on many factors including the issues involved in the divorce and the court's availability to schedule hearings for contested issues.
There are two types of divorce in Texas: Fault and No-Fault. Most divorces in Texas are no-fault. It is the least expensive. There are 5 basic categories of fault divorce in the Texas Family Code. Fault can be important for the purpose of marital property division, parental rights, and spousal maintenance. The 5 fault categories are: [...]
To file a divorce in Texas at least one spouse must have lived in Texas for 6 months and in the county where the divorce will be filed for at least 90 days prior to the filing of the divorce.