Individuals in Colleyville who have filed for divorce often have to deal with serious emotional stress. However, circumstances are usually tougher for estranged couples when they realize they have properties they need to divide between them. Divorcing individuals who have pets should understand that Texas courts consider pets as property.
Below are the deciding factors estranged couples should consider upon deciding who will take custody of the pets:
- Possibility to have joint custody of pets
- Who is more responsible for taking care of the pets
- The pet’s reaction towards its owners
- The spouse who was granted custody of children
There are some situations where pets play a crucial role in the lives of people, and fighting for custody is important, especially if you think your pets will live better lives with you. If you want to learn more about pet custody and how a lawyer could work for you in Colleyville, contact Alexander & Associates. Find out how our lawyers may fight for the custody of your pets today by calling (817) 756-4040.
Reality TV celebrity Khloe Kardashian and former Lakers star Lamar Odom will be officially single after a judge finalized their divorce papers on December 9, an article of NBC Los Angeles reported.
Though divorce details were scant, Kardashian, 32, and Odom, 37, can consider themselves single beginning December 17. Khloe filed for divorce from Lamar twice before it was officially finalized. She revoked the first divorce she filed in 2013, feeling a need to attend to Lamar’s medical condition after the basketball player was found unconscious in Nevada in 2015. She decided to file for divorce again last May, citing irreconcilable differences. Reports also said Khloe and Lamar will not receive financial support from one another, and their business, Khlomar, will be dissolved.
Filing for divorce is often a heartbreaking process. However, if you are going through a divorce, enlisting a skilled divorce attorney could be a viable option to make sure your interests as a person are protected. Discuss your situation with an Alexander & Associates attorney in Colleyville today by calling (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your options.
A recent hearing at a Los Angeles Superior Court revealed a judge rejected Brad Pitt’s attempt to seal the details of his pending child custody deal, a December 7 article of USA Today stated.
According to reports, Pitt made the move to seal the details of his pending divorce after Jolie’s legal counsel presented the initial custody deal agreed by the estranged couple. Currently, Jolie has legal custody of their six children. In a sworn statement, Pitt expressed his concern for their children’s right to privacy. A divorce lawyer explained that Pitt’s move was to make sure the other party will not alter the child custody agreement. Jolie cited “the health of the family” in the divorce documents she filed in September after a plane incident where she suspected Pitt of abusing their son.
In the tough situation that you want to ensure your children’s welfare through a child custody deal, working with an attorney is a viable option to help you to understand your rights as a parent. Talk with an attorney at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville today by calling (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your legal options.
Professional basketball player Scottie Pippen filed his papers at the Broward County Circuit Court to seek full custody of his children from his estranged spouse Larsa, an October 25 report of News Everyday stated.
The full child custody claim surfaced days after the 51-year-old former Chicago Bulls superstar filed for divorce from his wife, 42. The estranged couple was married for 19 years and they have four children together. Pippen is seeking full custody of his children. Reports also said that in the prenuptial terms agreed upon by the two, Larsa is expected to receive child support payments from Pippen, whose net worth is $50 million. If Pippen cannot receive full custody of all of his children, he is seeking shared time. Pippen is also asking the court not to allow Larsa to seek spousal support.
The family attorneys of Alexander & Associates work for Colleyville families who want to secure the futures of their children through a full child custody claim. We can offer you the legal representation you need to make it through this hard time. Call us today at (817) 756-4040 to find out how we may work for you.
Sacramento Kings player Darren Collison was suspended by the league in connection to the charge filed against him for attacking his spouse several months ago, a report of ESPN said on October 3.
Reports said Collison, 29, was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence due to allegations that he attacked his spouse in Sacramento in May. Upon entering a guilty plea, Collison was sentenced to 20 days in jail and three years informal probation. The guilty plea will result in a $380,324 salary loss to Collison after the NBA prevented him from participating in eight games. The Kings enlisted Ty Lawson to cover Collison’s position as the team’s guard.
Victims of domestic violence often have to deal with lasting physical and psychological problems in the hands of abusive partners. However, if you are a victim of domestic violence, an attorney at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville may be able to stop it from happening to you. Find out how we may help you today by calling (817) 756-4040.
Angelina Jolie and her estranged spouse, Brad Pitt, recently agreed upon a three-week child custody agreement after Jolie decided to file for divorce, an article of the Los Angeles Times stated on September 30.
According to reports, the temporary agreement was voluntary for the former couple and is not indicative of who will have permanent physical or legal custody of their six children. The 41-year-old actress and the 52-year-old actor are expected to undergo separate counseling, according to a person familiar with the agreement. Pitt is also willing to undergo alcohol and drug abuse testing even though it was not required from him, reports also said. Another source revealed that a therapist will monitor the visitation until the agreement ends on October 20.
Seeking the full legal custody of your children could be difficult, especially if you are not aware of your rights as a parent. However, if you are in such a situation in Colleyville, a lawyer at Alexander & Associates may be able to work for you. Find out how we can secure the future of your loved one today by calling (817) 756-4040.
The estranged spouse of music artist Mary J. Blige is demanding spousal support, a report of New York Daily News revealed on September 15.
According to reports, Kendu Isaacs also wants Blige to pay his legal fees. The spousal support issue was revealed in July after the ex-couple filed for divorce. The 45-year-old singer is trying to prevent Isaacs from filing for spousal support. As of reporting their divorce, the two are still in the process of dividing assets and it was not clear if they had a prenuptial agreement before they got married in 2003. Blige cited “irreconcilable differences” in the divorce papers she filed from Isaacs, who was also her former manager.
The Colleyville attorneys of Alexander & Associates represent individuals who are fighting to obtain spousal support. If you are in such a situation, we can tirelessly work on your behalf to help you receive the financial support you need to secure your future. Call us today at (817) 756-4040 to find out how we can walk you through your divorce.
Estranged couple Jeremy Renner and Sonni Pacheo recently came to an agreement about the financial support needed by their daughter, an article of Business Standard reported on September 8.
Reports said after their divorce was finalized last year, Pacheo argued that the 45-year-old “American Hustle” star was failing to settle his financial support to their 3-year-old daughter, Ava. Renner recently agreed to settle $16,000 worth of monthly support, reports said. Renner was also accused of posting photos of Ava on social media too often. However, he said he is “protecting” her by purposely not showing her face. Pacheo’s accountant and lawyer fees amounting to $24,000 will also be settled by Renner.
The legal team at Alexander & Associates represents Colleyville individuals who are fighting to obtain the financial support needed by their loved ones. If you are in such a situation, we may be able to offer you legal assistance to ensure the welfare of your loved one. Call our office today at (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your legal options.
American basketball player Darren Collison agreed to a plea deal concerning the domestic abuse charges filed against him, a September 2 article of NBC Sports reported.
In the plea deal accepted by Collison, he will serve 20 days of jail time and be placed on probation for three years. The 29-year-old Kings’ point guard was charged in May and taken into custody after authorities saw the woman, who had visible signs of physical abuse. As part of the deal, Collison will also undergo community service under the Alternative Sentencing Program. The Sacramento Kings team said that in a statement that they were disappointed about the incident. Collison, who is likely to be suspended from the game, issued a statement of apology to the people he hurt.
Being a victim of domestic abuse is a traumatic experience, especially if you believe your life is in danger. However, if you are in such a situation, enlisting a lawyer’s can help bring an end to the misery. Find out how a Colleyville attorney at Alexander & Associates may be able to represent you today by calling (817) 756-4040.
An August 14 article of International Business Times revealed that a judge in California recently denied the requests made by Nia Guzman, in favor of well-known music artist Chris Brown.
According to reports, the judge concluded that Brown, 27, may share custody of his 2-year-old daughter, Royalty. Guzman’s other requests included preventing Brown’s mother from seeing Royalty and asking Brown to undergo a drug test. Both requests were turned down. A previous decision ordering Brown to settle $20,000 in legal fees was nullified. After losing the child custody case, Guzman reportedly has discontinued her request of increasing the monthly support she is receiving from Brown. Guzman also lost the case she filed last year, which would also would have denied Brown custody.
The attorneys at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville understand that fighting for child custody is a complicated process. However, if you are fighting for your rights as a parent, we may be able to work on your behalf to make sure your future is protected. Call our office today at (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your options.