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The Latest With Lewis – April 2022

On March 29, 2022, Katie took the Team out to the Pinstacks bowling alley in Las Colinas for some fun and relaxation. A well-deserved break is always appreciated and the entire Team had an amazing time!

Meet Our Newest Paralegal

We are happy to introduce you to the Team’s newest Paralegal, Lisa Gray! Lisa graduated from El Centro College and received her Associates Degree and Paralegal Certificate in May of 1995. Lisa graduated from Dallas Baptist University in May, 2001. In 2006, Lisa became a Board Certified Paralegal by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. In her free time, Lisa enjoys spending her time with family, traveling, and reading.

Preparing For Child Support Payments

Falling behind on child support can lead to harsh penalties, and some parents struggle to stay current due to job loss, medical crises and other challenges.

Aside from reviewing factors courts look at when calculating child support, you should take a close look at different payment methods.

  • Child Support Payment Options in Texas: According to the Attorney General of Texas, you can pay child support in various ways. In fact, 80% of all child support payments in Texas come through withholding orders, which let employers automatically withold payments from an employee’s wages… Read More

Happy News

America has chosen an adorable dog as the winner of the fourth-annual Cadbury Bunny Tryouts. An English Doodle, Annie Rose, is used to being in the spotlight. She loves bringing smiles to the faces of seniors—so much so that not even a global pandemic can stop her. Cadbury also donated $20,000 to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (the ASPCA).
After receiving thousands of votes from fans across the country, Annie Rose is putting her bunny ears back on and joining the Cadbury Hall of Fame.

Why Should You Consider Selling The Marital Home in Divorce?

When spouses divorce, one of them may either want to fight for the marital home or request it as part of the divorce settlement. Before investing a lot of time, energy and money, couples must think about whether they should remain in the home on a single income.

Orchard explains when it makes more sense to put the marital home on the market. Selling the property could benefit spouses more than they know.

  • Legal: Rather than leave the decision to the court, the couple may have little choice but to sell. Another reason to put the property on the market rather than fight over it is to keep couples from fighting.
  • Financial: Neither partner may have the funds needed to cover the costs of the house.
  • Liability: Even if one spouse has the funds to cover the mortgage… Read More