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Dividing military pensions under the USFSPA

With both Randolph and Lackland Air Force Bases nearby, as well as Fort Sam Houston, it’s no surprise that we here at the law office or Roland R. Esparza, P.C. have become familiar with the unique aspects of military divorce. One such aspect that divorcing military couples must deal with is the division of one’s military pension. In this post, we’ll examine exactly how that asset is divided during divorce.

How is international property handled in a divorce case?

These days, the ease of foreign travel and the proliferation of online dating services has given rise to a growing number of marriages between people from San Antonio and partners from different countries. With this rise in international marriages also comes an increase in international divorces. The issues inherent with a standard divorce can already become overly-complex in some cases; add in the potential for disputes that cross international borders, and they become even more so.

Petitioning for the enforcement of a custody agreement

It's not all the uncommon for us here at the law office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C. to work with couples embroiled in bitter child custody disputes. For those parties involved who feel as though their outcomes were unfavorable, the disappointment of their rulings combined with the heightened emotions of the moment could prompt them to not follow the agreement set forth by the court. In some cases, they may even try to take the children and flee. For parents concerned about the enforcement of their child custody agreements, there are steps that can be taken to have the courts intercede in such a matter. We'll outline those steps here.

Who will raise your kids if you and your spouse die?

San Antonio parents no doubt want only the best for their children. Yet in their haste to select the best primary and secondary schools and set up college funds, many often overlook one of the most important decisions that they may ever have to make: who will take care of the children in the event that both they and their spouses die?

Explaining Texas’ stance on parental relocation

Many of those who come to see us here at the law office of Roland R. Esparza have question regarding relocation following a divorce. Those moving divorcees with children want to know what, if any, restrictions they face as part of their child custody agreements. We’ll examine those in this post.

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