Divorce can be one of the most difficult experiences of a person’s life. It can be emotionally stressful, financially taxing, and spiritually draining. Jeff Anderson […]


Mini-trials are actually not trials at all. Though rare, the mini-trial is most often made a part of the mediation process. Before beginning mediation, the […]


A common snapshot of mediation in a Texas family law case might look like this: It is usually less formal than litigation, though the formality […]

How Do I Get A Divorce?

Although it is highly unlikely anyone enters into a marriage with the thought that divorce will be the inevitable end to the union, the unfortunate […]

Grandparents and Visitation

Lawyers for Grandparents’ Visitation in Texas: Dallas, Frisco, & San Antonio Divorces can be complicated and emotionally draining, particularly when children are involved. But what […]

What is a premarital agreement?

A “premarital agreement” is an agreement between prospective spouses made in contemplation of marriage and to be effective on marriage. A premarital agreement must be […]

What is Contempt?

Contempt is a remedy that is often used to compel the parent who has been ordered to pay child support and who has failed to […]

Who gets what?

When a marriage falls apart and divorce ensues, one of the most difficult parts of splitting up is deciding who gets what. While common sense […]

How do Mini-Trials Work?

Mini-trials, which aren’t actually trials at all, are often used during the mediation process. They take place before the mediation begins, with the mediator sitting […]

Arbitration 101

Many family law matters end up in arbitration, which shares some of the same qualities of both mediation and litigation. It is often less formal […]