If you are dealing with a family law case, contact Craig A. Fletcher to represent you. Family law cases can be stressful, and Craig A. Fletcher wants to bring you peace of mind. Put your case in experienced hands. Below is a brief list of just a few of his areas of practice and additional information. Contact us today for so that we can represent you in your Marshall, Carthage, Center or Longview, TX family law case.
Craig handles a wide variety of cases including:
More information about these kind of cases are explained in detail below.
In the state of Texas the petition for divorce must declare the explanations or grounds for which the divorce is being sought. Both parties have to agree upon the reasons unless one desires to prove it in court. The grounds for which you can file for divorce are as follows: cruelty, no fault, adultery, conviction of felony, abandonment, living apart, and confinement in a mental hospital. Filing for divorce can be stressful, so let Craig A. Fletcher handle your Marshall, Carthage, Longview or Center, TX divorce case.
The State of Texas allows you several options in the area of child custody. Sole custody can be awarded to one parent, and he or she will then have the exclusive right to make all parenting decisions. Joint legal custody, on the other hand, means that the child will primarily reside with one parent and the other can enjoy visitation. Whether your need assistance with filing for sole custody or with a custody modification, contact Craig A. Fletcher to handle your Marshall, Carthage, Longview or Center, TX case. To read about shared custody and other child custody facts click here!
The court uses the statutory guidelines as a starting point for all child support cases. These guidelines will apply unless parties agree on a different amount. These will apply regardless of whether the child was born out of wedlock. We can assist you with your child support or child support modification case- Reach out to us today. Click hereto read more about Texas child support enforcement.
If you are able to gain visitation rights for your child, how often will you see them? The answer depends on the situation and circumstances. Be sure to get with the custodial parent and come to some sort of an agreement with your lawyers. It is, however, always helpful to learn about your options. If you have some questions about your custody and visitation rights regarding your child, contact now!
Mediation is not as common as a petition for divorce but has recently been gaining more traction in the realm of family law. In cases of divorce, written agreements are quite common; however, in those areas where negotiations are stalled mediation is always the best alternative. Click here to learn more about mediation and it's purposes.