whether it be through direct negotiation, mediation, collaborative law or litigation
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Holmes, Diggs & Eames P.L.L.C. is an experienced, full-service family law and divorce firm handling cases throughout the State of Texas with offices in Dallas, Denton, Frisco and Houston. Our Dallas Family Law Attorneys can assist you with every aspect of any family law matter or divorce case including matters related to probate. This includes drafting premarital and postmarital agreements,nonmarital cohabitation agreements, estate planning documents, guiding you through a divorce, custody case, an appeal, or a probate matter in the manner that best protects you and your children and, if needed, modifying and enforcing past decrees and orders. The experienced Divorce Lawyers at our Firm can also assist you in cases of “mistaken paternity”. The family attorneys at Holmes, Diggs & Eames will help you work through collaborative divorce, if you so desire. We can also assist you with LGBT partner agreements as well as dissolution of those relationships. To find out how our Dallas Divorce Lawyers at Holmes Diggs & Eames can help you, please call or email us.
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Our firm deals with all legal aspects of marriage and family relationships
Family law is a broad term that encompasses all issues involved in the marriage and family context. Some of those issues are considered their own areas of practice, such as Divorce, Child Custody and Support Issues, and Premarital and Postmarital Agreements, International Divorces or Family Law, and Estate Planning. Our firm deals with all legal aspects of marriage and family relationships on a daily basis.
Restricted Appeals in TexasThe availability of relief by restricted appeal is primarily governed by Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 30, which states: “A party who did not participate—either in person or through counsel—in the hearing that resulted in the judgment complained of and who did not timely file a postjudgment motion or request for findings
General Residency Rules for Divorce SuitThe requirements of Texas Family Code §6.301 are required to maintain a divorce suit in the State of Texas. Texas Family Code §6.301 states: “A suit for divorce may not be maintained in this state unless at the time the suit is filed either the petitioner or the respondent has
Lozano v. AlvarezOn December 11, 2013, the United States Supreme Court held oral arguments in Lozano v. Alvarez. The facts of the case are as follows: “Diana Alvarez and Manuel Lozano, two native Columbians, met while living in London and had a daughter together. At trial Alvarez testified that, from 2005 until 2008, Lozano was