Putting Our Clients First Every Time We believe in helping our clients transition through family law cases, as smoothly as possible.

Blog Posts in substance abuse

All Posts
  • How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court
    How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court

    One of the tough parts of being a family law attorney is that so much of what we do centers around our ability to convince a judge of something based on the individual circumstances of a case. So, if ...

    Read More
  • The importance of mental health and substance abuse on divorce
    The importance of mental health and substance abuse on divorce

    Family law attorneys tend to have people talk to us about subjects that they normally would reserve for their priest, pastor or best friend. It allows us to learn more about the person and how to best ...

    Read More
  • Sober up or risk losing your children: Substance abuse and divorce in Texas
    Sober up or risk losing your children: Substance abuse and divorce in Texas

    Money fights. Infidelity. These are two of the more common reasons why people get divorced in our country. There are violations of trust inherent in each of these reasons for divorce that once they ...

    Read More
  • Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol
    Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol

    If you are a parent who is facing a CPS investigation due to an addiction to drugs or alcohol there is specific information you should be aware of as you begin to map out a plan for yourself and your ...

    Read More
  • If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?
    If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?

    When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list. It is looked upon as being so high a risk and ...

    Read More
  • The role of the non offending parent in a Child Protective Services case
    The role of the non offending parent in a Child Protective Services case

    Supposed that you are a parent of a child who was recently removed by CPS from your home. What’s more, now CPS has gone to court and asked a judge for an order that allows them to keep conservatorship ...

    Read More