Back to school and what to do…Top Ten Tips

By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney – Separated and divorced families frequently experience communications problems regarding homework, tests and school events for their children. The following are tips to make the process easier, which is in the best interest of your child. 1. Look at the...

Divorce Planning – Should I stay or should I go?

By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney – Should I stay…. I encourage parties to pursue reconciliation, if at all possible, with a good marriage counselor. A counselor that “fits” both parties’ needs is ideal. Sometimes it requires going to several different counselors (and multiple...

FAQ’s Regarding: What Is “Family” Law and Who Needs a Family Law Attorney?

By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney – Individuals who might require the services of an attorney who practices family law include husbands, wives, children, grandparents, guardians and domestic partners. “Family” law is an area of the law that deals with family-related matters and domestic...

Division of Property Upon Divorce aka How to Get  a Bigger Piece of the Pie

By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney – Parties often assume that upon divorce the estate will be dividing equally. Section 7.001 of the Texas Family Code (TFC) provides that “the court shall order a division of the estate of the parties in a manner that the court deems just and right, having...

Co-Parenting With a Narcissist: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney –  The Ugly “High conflict divorce/couple” – There is a myth among divorce professionals that couples involved in high conflict family law cases are both at the same deviation of the spectrum of irrational or crazy. Common parlance among family law...

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