Divorcing an Abusive Spouse

It takes sacrifice, the utmost courage, and a willingness to make the decision to divorce a spouse who is abusive. When children and/or a long term marriage are a factor, these strengths can amplify tenfold.  Divorcing an Abusive Spouse is Not Always Easy It is very easy for a person who is not in an…


Covenants Not to Compete

Covenants not to compete, or non-compete agreements, are governed by Texas Business and Commerce Code Section 15.50. Generally, it requires that for a non-compete agreement to be enforceable, it must be “ancillary to or part of an otherwise enforceable agreement,” and the agreement must be reasonable. In terms of reasonability, the Court will look to…


Common Custody Problems

LGBTQ Child Custody Lawyer Austin, TX Sometimes it’s better to leave a toxic relationship than to stay in it. If you have children with your partner, you may find that it’s impossible to sever ties with your partner completely. Some custody cases are amicable and are easy to resolve, but a large percentage of cases…


How are Bank Accounts Handled a Divorce?

Same Sex Divorce Lawyer Austin, TX Many couples open joint bank accounts when they get married. Combining incomes and expenses works for most married couples — as long as the marriage works. If the marriage fails, one of the most difficult aspects of dividing property can be dissolving joint bank accounts. It is imperative to…