Divorce and Family Law Blog
Tough Times Call for Calm & Steady Guidance
Legal matters involving family law, divorce or child custody are private, sensitive issues, full of challenges, and often riddled with emotion and strife.
Our blog posts are intended to provide you with basic information and help familiarize you with this area of law. Of course the articles should never serve as legal advice and reading them does not establish a client-attorney relationship with us.
Can spousal support end without a court order? Spousal support modification is subject to the same rules as other family law court orders. Unless the court changes an order, you must continue to abide by it. Circumstances may change, but modification does not occur...read more
Electronic communications are an important of our lives. What are electronic communications? They include phone calls, texting, emails, and Skype or Facetime. Do you have the right to text or call your child? Because communication is so important, Texas courts usually...read more
Dividing assets in a high net worth divorce can be complicated. It is a fact that couples’ financial lives are often intertwined in a future they were creating with each other. Even though divorce can offer a fresh beginning and end a traumatic chapter of life,...read more
What Is Keylogger Technology? Keylogger technology is either software or hardware installed on a computer that allows the installer to follow all the keystrokes being entered on the computer. The file containing the keystroke information is sent to the installer...read more
It took me a while to accept the fact that my marriage was not salvageable and unhealthy for me mentally & physically. The process of filing for divorce was equally as unsettling because so much personal information has to be disclosed. Nonetheless, Kim Killebrew’s calm & empathetic demeanor during the initial consultation gave me the confidence to proceed with the divorce. She and her legal assistant Barbara explained the legal process of divorce and what to expect step by step. While my ex-husband’s uncooperative behavior made it slightly more costly, my divorce was finalized within the time frame as discussed during the initial consultation. The divorce papers were actually completed on my birthday and signed by the judge the next morning. I got my money’s worth.Vickie — Five Star Review