Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law
Speak with a Family Law Attorney
214-461-5028
Menu

Expert Strategy For Your Family |Texas Board of Legal Specialization Family Law Attorney

Practice Areas

November 2019 Archives

Enforcing a child custody order in Texas

Many Texas residents who endure the emotional roller-coaster of a divorce proceeding believe that the entry of the final order settling issues of property division, spousal support, child support and child custody will put an end to their emotional pain. Unhappily, some parents refuse to obey the court's order regarding child custody or child support. Texas law provides several methods of enforcing an order for child support, but divorced parents are often left to their own resources to enforce compliance with an order for child visitation or shared custody.

An overview of prenuptial agreements in Texas

Most residents of Texas who are considering marriage may also be wondering about signing a prenuptial agreement. The mere act of signing such a contract seems contrary to the emotions of love and affection that are generally thought to characterize the marital celebration. Nevertheless, a prenuptial agreement can be a valuable aid in preserving those feelings as the marriage progresses.