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September 2017 Archives

What hurdles do divorcing same sex couples face?

It's undeniable that Texan same-sex couples like you and your partner will have more legal issues to work through when getting a divorce. Even though Supreme Court ruling determined that same-sex marriage is legal, that still leaves the years before 2015 in a strange legal gray area.

Should I modify my child custody arrangement?

When divorced parents in Texas decide that your current child custody arrangement does not suit your evolving needs, the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway can step in to help guide you to a new arrangement that benefits all parties equally, or as close to equal as possible.

Do I have to pay child support if I lose my job?

If you have filed for a divorce in Texas, you likely have many questions. One of the most confusing topics for most divorcing parents is child support and all the rules that govern this program. Many wonder whether they will still be required to make payments if they lose their job and become incapable of providing financial support for their children. The Texas Attorney General has answered this question as well as many others on the topic of child custody.

How a military divorce can affect child custody

While dividing the care of children can be one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce in Texas, the situation can become even more complex when one spouse is involved in the military. We at the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway have experience handling even the toughest military divorce cases and can guide you through this process and ensure that your rights are represented.

What property is exempt from community property law?

Texas is a community property state, which can make things tough on Texan residents like you who want to get a divorce. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we work to provide you with information regarding all of the possible exemptions to this law that you may have, which can help you protect your personal property from being given away to your ex-spouse.

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