ALP Law Firm
6300 W Loop S #610,
Bellaire, TX 77401
Texas does have alimony, also referred to as spousal support. However, alimony is not a part of every divorce in the state, and those seeking to receive spousal support payments must meet the minimum requirements to be eligible to receive payments. Those requirements include demonstrating that receiving alimony is necessary for that spouse to satisfy their basic needs, as well as lacking the ability to earn their own income due to reasons such as mental or physical disability, being a caretaker of a child with a disability that prevents that spouse from earning an income, or when the supporting spouse was convicted of an act of domestic violence within two years of filing for divorce.
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- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Fathers’ Rights
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Termination of Parental Rights
Same day appointments available
I am reviewing Allecia Pottinger as a colleague, a fellow attorney, as I am developing a network of attorneys to whom I can refer clients in the future.
A firm with a culture in supporting dads as they deal with divorce and custody issues is a rare thing.
I am grateful that my divorce is finalized but overall I wish the firm had been more upfront and honest with me, or at the very least not charged me for their mistake.
While working overseas my associate Denise Lewis, was able to walk me through each step in the process and was quick to help with any questions or concerns I had.
Denise Lewis not only kept me informed, she educated me on how custody works, she listened to my concerns and was honest and transparent.
Lewis regarding my legal matters, I found her to be quite knowledgeable and insightful regarding my legal concerns especially considering that I am a new resident to the state of Texas, and she informed me of all of my rights and obligations for my situation.
She makes things personal to help comfort you and give you confidence in the process.
For more than 6 years my son's have been denying me access and possession of my son even though we have joint custody, I've retained different lawyers from different law firms to help me and represent for motion to enforce so I can see my son but none of it has been successful.
Joshua offered sound and professional advice, explained what was to be expected, guided me through the process, and fought for me to get the best possible outcome for my son and myself.
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