Blog Posts in 2015

  • Stepparent Adoption Basics

    Posted By Hunt Law Firm, PLLC || 29-Dec-2015

    Being a child’s stepparent can be an incredibly rewarding and emotionally enriching experience. As stepparents become a larger and more important part of their child’s life, they may wish to obtain legal parental rights through adoption.At Hunt Law Firm, Attorney Alex Hunt and his skilled team are dedicated to helping their clients resolve their family law matters. To learn more about ...
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  • Same-Sex Family Law Issues

    Posted By Hunt Law Firm, PLLC || 14-Dec-2015

    The legality of same-sex marriage is a huge victory for the rights of millions of Americans, and has opened the doors for gay and lesbian individuals to marry and build a life with the person they love. As a result, however, LGBT couples may face a variety of legal challenges which require skilled counsel from a Katy family lawyer. The skilled team at Hunt Law Firm, PLLC understands these ...
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  • 5 Ways to Help Your Child Deal with Divorce

    Posted By Hunt Law Firm, PLLC || 17-Sep-2015

    Divorce is rarely easy for anyone, but the process tends to be especially difficult for children. While nearly all children will struggle somewhat with their parents’ divorce, there are a number of ways to help them deal with the situation in a healthy way. 1. Make Sure Your Child Knows They Are Loved For many parents, this tip may seem obvious. However, it’s especially important to ...
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  • What Is Parental Alienation?

    Posted By Hunt Law Firm, PLLC || 9-Sep-2015

    Every parent deserves a fair opportunity to have a positive and loving relationship with their children. Even after a divorce, and after both spouses move on with their separate lives, children will continue to play an important role in the spouses’ lives. However, not all divorces end amiably. When spouses divorce on bad or tenuous terms, there is a chance that these feelings may transfer ...
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  • How is Marital Property Categorized in Texas?

    Posted By Hunt Law Firm, PLLC || 3-Sep-2015

    In Texas, most property acquired during the course of a marriage is considered community property, and will have to be divided during the divorce process. The two main categories of property to be considered in a divorce are community property and separate property. Because Texas is a community property state, a large majority of the property involved in a divorce will likely be considered ...
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