At The Law Office of Lisa A. Vance, P.C., we never think it’s a good idea to pay for services that you can perform on your own. You might need some guidance, but if there are PRACTICAL questions you can answer without a lawyer, you should.
Read down to find the questions you want answered – OR – the questions you had not yet thought of.
- What a prenup can do for you
- What are Texas Residency Requirements for Divorce?
- What Four Things You Need to Know Before you Start the Divorce Process
- What is Spousal Maintenance?
- What to Ask a Divorce Lawyer at the First Meeting
- What to Expect From a Divorce Lawyer
- What You Need Might be Different Than What You Want
- When “My Divorce is Uncontested, Except For One Small Thing”
- When I Want to Divorce Now!
- When One Size Does Not Fit All – Parenting Plans
- When Splitting Your Assets 50/50 May Be “Fair,” But is it Best?
- Why a billion-dollar divorce contains lessons for all couples
- Why a Good Lawyer Makes a Lousy Therapist
- Why a Pitbull Divorce Lawyer Can be the Pits
- Why Divorce Might Feel Personal, But It’s Ultimately Business.
- Why Do Out of Pocket Child Support Payments Count?
- Why You Don’t Have to Go to Court to Get What You Want
- Answering questions of paternity under Texas law
- Bullying: When Parenting Efforts Fail
- Can child custody arrangements be changed in Texas?
- Ending your Texas marriage without acrimony: it can be done
- Helping children with a divorce
- Holding out for the house isn’t always the best approach in divorce
- Keeping your divorce on track when challenges arise
- Some basic rights and responsibilities of military divorce