Archive for the ‘Family Law’ Category

Child Support and Net Resources: What to Know

Child Support and Net Resources

If you have a child custody case, there’s a good chance you’ve spent quite a bit of time thinking about child support. You may have even tried to use an online calculator to get an idea of what child support might be in your case. Unfortunately, most online child support…

10 FUN Things To Do With Your Kids – Part 1

School's out kids playing with bubbles

If you are newly divorced or have a new custody arrangement, you may be looking for ways to entertain the kids this summer that won’t break the bank. There’s some truth to the old saying that “two can live as cheaply as one.” For a previously married couple to suddenly…

School’s Out For Summer!

child custody

The kids are so excited! School’s out! Summer Vacation! But for single parents or divorced parents who share custody, just the thought of Summer might be enough to bring on a case of hives. With summer comes a change of normal routine visitation schedules. Depending on the Court’s orders for…


Fort Worth fishing seminar

Looking for fun activities to keep the kids busy this summer? The Fort Worth Zoo isn’t just looking at the animals anymore! They’ve opened Safari Splash! Safari Splash is a zero-depth water play area equipped with four slides, a water dump tower, a fill wall for your water toys, animal-shaped…

Can I Go To Jail For That?

legal child support

An order or decree issued in a family law case concerning children generally includes a possession schedule and provides for the payment of child support. Unfortunately, parents don’t always comply with the order or decree. Texas law provides many remedies to a parent that has been denied possession of a…

Custody – Know Your Rights

child custody

When discussing conservatorship (commonly referred to as custody), parents want to know what rights they may exercise with regard to the child. Who decides what school the child will attend? Who decides when the child will get braces?

Top Ten Things to Know When Appearing in Family Law Court

10 things to know when appearing in family court

Appearing in Court is not an activity with which the majority of people are familiar. In fact, many people will never have a need to be in court unless they are called for jury duty. However, some instances require a court appearance. A divorce will almost always require at least…

Mediating Your Case


When a case is filed in Tarrant County, chances are quite high that the court will send the matter out for mediation prior to final trial. What this means is that if the parties are unable to resolve their dispute, then the court will require the parties to attend mediation….


Supreme Court family law

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision ruling that gay marriage is legal in all states. In this sweeping decision, the Court has determined that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right. The LGBT communities throughout Texas are claiming a victory in this decision that recognizes…

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys David Kohm Can Assist With Your Prenuptial Agreements As a family law attorney in Arlington, I have clients constantly ask me “When is it necessary to establish a prenuptial agreement?”  Simply put, a prenuptial agreement should be established whenever you have concerns about the division of debt or…