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In Texas, divorce can be granted both by declaring one spouse to be at fault for the breakup of the marriage (for reasons such as adultery, cruel treatment, abandonment), or the divorce can be granted on a "no fault" provision, referred to as "insupportability." Insupportability means that there exists such personality conflicts and discord which have made the marital relationship so strained that the marriage cannot be saved. A "no fault" divorce presumes that there is no chance of reconciliation for the parties. While a divorce will be granted using either a "no fault" (insupportability) or based on fault, fault based grounds may be taken into consideration by the court to determine a fair division of the couple's marital property.
Divorce with Children
For couples with children, some of the most important decisions made during the divorce process involve communication between the parents as well as the time each parent spend with the child. As a mediator, Attorney/Mediator Alicia V. Garcia, understands the importance of co-parenting in a divorce. She is dedicated to helping each family work out the most favorable custody, visitation, and child support arrangements, tailored to her client's unique needs.
Settlement Conferences and Mediation
Whether you are looking to avoid an involved battle involving litigation through the mediation process or you have been ordered by the Court to attend a settlement conference or mediation as an alternative to litigation, the Law Offices of Alicia V. Garcia can help.
Schedule an appointment today to discuss your options by contacting our office at (832) 277-1400.
POSSESSION and ACCESS (Visitation)
MODIFICATIONS OF EXISTING ORDERS
After the court has handed down an order regarding child custody and visitation schedules, that court maintains the power to enforce the order if and when a parent does not comply with its provisions.
In Texas, possession schedules lay out the time that each parent will have with their child, generally specifying both the time and place where that possession should begin. When a parent is denied access to his or her child at a time specified by the court order,that parent can bring a motion for enforcement against the parent who violated the agreement by denying the access. When a parent violates an order involving CUSTODY or VISITATION, and a motion for enforcement is pursued, the parent who is found to have violated the order is most commonly found in contempt of court. Being held in contempt of court can carry several consequences, including the possibility of fines.
If you have been denied access to your child during a visit granted to you by court order, you can protect your rights by contacting the Law Office of Alicia V. Garcia.
Tel: (832) 277-1400
POWERS OF ATTORNEY and
When you have lost a loved one, the probate process may be something additional you have to deal with. The Law Offices of Alicia V. Garcia can help you in this area.
Attorney Alicia V. Garcia can help you plan for the future by designating a general durable power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, or a health care directive (living will). Such documents make provisions for your healthcare decisions in the event you become incapacitated.
Call today if you have any questions regarding a probate matter:
Law Office of Alicia V. Garcia
Tel: (832) 277-1400
Email [email protected]
LA ABOGADA ALICIA V. GARCIA HABLA ESPANOL e INGLES
THE ATTORNEY ALICIA V. GARCIA SPEAKS SPANISH AND ENGLISH
Attorney Alicia V. Garcia is not board certified in any specific area of law.
Disclaimer: This website is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice nor forming the attorney-client relationship. This attorney is licensed in Texas and you should consult an attorney in your state before moving forward with your case.
Negante: Este sitio web se supone que nadamas es para propositos de informar y no se debe de interpretar como consejo legal o formar o establecer una relacion de abogado-cliente. Esta abogada tiene licencia en Texas y usted deberia de consultar un abogado antes de proceder en su caso.