Divorce

Filing for divorce is never easy. In fact, it may be one of the most difficult decisions you've ever had to make. Fortunately, you don't have to go through this process alone. With the Law Office of B. Faye Jones by your side, you can move forward with confidence. We work closely with our clients, empowering them to make decisions that align with their best interests.

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Child Custody

Child custody laws are complex and depend on the specific situations of the divorcing parents. Our firm can help you navigate the intricacies of custody law in Texas. We’ll go above and beyond to protect your rights as a parent and ensure the welfare of your child is protected during the emotionally draining legal proceedings. 

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Child Support

Child support is based upon the Child Support Guidelines set forth by the Texas Legislature. The amount of child support to be paid is based on the adjusted gross income of the paying parent. The court will normally order the parent who does not have primary custody to pay child support to the other parent monthly.

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Adoption

Although adoption begins with a deeply personal decision, it entails a comprehensive legal process. Texas law outlines all issues surrounding adoption, including who may adopt and be adopted, protocol and qualifications, and the legal issues involved for both parents and children. We're passionate about making dreams of adoption a reality, and help clients successfully through the necessary legal channels.

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Visitation

As part of a divorce, the parents may agree on a visitation schedule but if they are unable to come to an agreement, the court will determine the schedule for them. Our office can also help you propose a visitation schedule that is in the best interests of your children.

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Paternity

Paternity establishes the identity of your child's father. In some cases, the law assumes paternity; in others—such as the case of an unmarried couple—the child's parents must legally establish the identity of the father. 

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Collaborative Law

An emerging trend in the field of alternative dispute resolution, the collaborative law concept is a structured and cooperative out-of-court approach to problem-solving

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Post Divorce - Modifications

If your circumstances have changed regarding your family or your financial situation, it may be possible to modify your agreements made pursuant to your divorce. 

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A pre-marital agreement (sometimes called a pre-nup, prenuptial agreement, or prenuptial contract) is an arrangement entered into by a couple before they get married. 

Sometimes, couples decide during a marriage to create a post-marital agreement that spells out how marital property will be divided in case of divorce. 

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Pre-Marital and Post-Marital Agreements

Property Division

The easiest way to deal with property division during a divorce is to decide how to divide the property up amongst yourselves. However, because most divorcing couples aren't able to amicably decide how to deal with divorce property division issues, the matter usually ends up in court. 

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Name Change

The easiest way to deal with property division during a divorce is to decide how to divide the property up amongst yourselves. However, because most divorcing couples aren't able to amicably decide how to deal with divorce property division issues, the matter usually ends up in court. 

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Protective Orders

Protective orders are meant to protect people from the possibility of violence and harassment, typically in matters involving domestic violence or similar conflicts.

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Saturday By Appointment

Houston, TX

Tel: 832-409-2589

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