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Divorce & Family Law FAQ

Guidance from The Woodlands Family Lawyers

The subjects of divorce and other family law matters can be quite confusing and complicated. Although there are many laws in place, these laws may not cover every nuance or answer every question. Fortunately, our The Woodlands family law attorneys at Parchman Law Group, PLLC are highly knowledgeable and can answer any questions you may have.

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Below you will find answers to some questions we hear from many of our clients. If you need more information, please call us today and schedule your free case evaluation. Let us help you better understand your situation and how to make the best use of the legal options you have available. We strive to help our clients obtain the most favorable outcome in any divorce or family law case. We work to stay up to date on any changes in family law in Texas. Our clients also benefit from our bi-lingual The Woodlands family law attorneys who speak Spanish and Farsi.

  • Can I adopt my step or grandchild?

    Absolutely. We can help you with all types of adoptions, including both step and grandchild adoption. You can rely on us to lead you through the process, ensuring you understand your rights and options.

  • How will my property be divided?

    Texas is a community property state. All your property will need to be divided into "community" and "separate" property categories. Then, the shared property (community) will be split between you and your spouse.

  • What happens if my child's other parent moves away?

    If you or the other parent of your child ever wishes to move away, there is a legal process that must be followed. The court must approve the move and determine how custody and child support will be handled. We can help represent you during this process.

  • What should go into a prenuptial agreement?

    Every couple and prenuptial agreement are different and need to consider different factors. The main purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to put financial rules in place to prevent contention in the event of a divorce.

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