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Video: Divorce & Family Law Attorney in Dallas, TX

If your thinking of getting a Divorce or are in need of a professional Dallas family law attorney, watch our video and call The Barbosa Law Firm, P. C. today.

By |February 5th, 2015|Divorce Law, Family Law|Comments Off on Video: Divorce & Family Law Attorney in Dallas, TX|

Mental Health Issues in Family Law Cases

Most litigated family law cases that we handle, which involve that the Court intervene in the case, involve some type of personality or emotional conflict between the parties. This means that litigation becomes protracted and the cost of the litigation becomes burdensome to the parties. Unfortunately, most of the attorneys involved in these type of […]

By |November 30th, 2014|Family Law|Comments Off on Mental Health Issues in Family Law Cases|

Texas Family Law and Your Right to Vote

Exercise your right to VOTE… Does it make a difference in Texas Family Law?
The right to vote has gone through several manifestations since our founders drafted the United States Constitution. Each state is given broad authority on the issue of its citizen’s right to vote.
From the beginning of our nation, the U. S. Constitution […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Family Law|Comments Off on Texas Family Law and Your Right to Vote|

Things You Should Know About Child Support in Texas

A common question I get as a divorce attorney from my clients is always what should I ask about child support? Or, another common question from parents who are appointed as joint managing conservators of a child is why does one or both of the parents have to pay child support?
Under the Texas Family […]

By |August 17th, 2014|Family Law|Comments Off on Things You Should Know About Child Support in Texas|

Child Relocation Cases in Texas Courts

What do I need to do if I am the custodial parent seeking to relocate out-of-state with my child?
If your family court order includes a geographic restriction on your child’s primary residence, you MUST file a modification action with the court of continuing jurisdiction under the Texas Family Code section 156.102.

If I have the […]

By |July 1st, 2014|Family Law|Comments Off on Child Relocation Cases in Texas Courts|

Divorce… To Be or Not To Be?

I get calls every day from normal people who never conceived that the word “divorce” would be uttered by them or their spouse. Unfortunately in society today, we expect things to happen quickly including dissolving a marriage. We have lost the ability to be patient and try to work through our problems in a […]

By |April 8th, 2014|Divorce Law|Comments Off on Divorce… To Be or Not To Be?|