Sometimes the last wishes of a loved one or family member outlined in their Will just don’t make sense to you, and you want to challenge the Will in court. My partner Bill Neal wrote another article recently about the legal grounds for challenging a ... » Learn More about That’s Not What Dad Wanted! Can I Contest His Will?
For the last few years in my practice of Family Law, it seems every case involving children there has been the issue of equal (50/50) possession. I applaud both parents wanting to step up during or after a divorce and share the tremendous rigors of ... » Learn More about Equal Possession (50/50) does not Equal No Child Support
Folks that come to see me for consultations about divorce with children are always worried and always have the lingo down wrong. They have talked to their neighbor, a co-worker, a friend, or a family member living in another state who has been ... » Learn More about Know the “Legal Lingo” of Child Custody
Do you know what is expected of you if you are the Executor of an estate or a will in Texas? There are quite a few duties and obligations that are the legal obligation of the Executor of an estate, so let’s look at the process step by step. Taking ... » Learn More about Your Job as Executor of an Estate
If you have a family member or loved one die, you may be surprised or even shocked to find that their Will is very different from what you were expecting. Especially if you had seen a copy of the Will previously, but the Will being presented now is ... » Learn More about What Makes a Will Invalid?
Neal Ashmore Family Law Group is a proud sponsor of Denton County Friends of the Family. They provide compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote ... » Learn More about Join Us in Supporting Denton County Friends of the Family on North Texas Giving Day 2017
After the devastating losses of Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed, all of us at Neal Ashmore Family Law Group want to send our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by this crisis - we stand with you as you work to recover and ... » Learn More about In the wake of Hurricane Harvey
If you are involved in a Probate dispute, you may be asked to give a deposition in the case. An oral deposition is sworn testimony provided by a witness or other party to a case, but it’s done outside of the courtroom. Here’s a brief overview of the ... » Learn More about Giving a Deposition in a Probate Litigation Case
Summer vacation is upon us, and parents all over the country are seeing their daily routines thrown into disarray. After a divorce, it may be even harder to manage summer schedules if you were used to sharing the daily duties of covering childcare. ... » Learn More about Think Twice before Leaving Your Kids Home Alone in the Summer
This is a topic people ask about a lot and I’ve written about it before, but with Father’s Day just around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to dust it off. Father’s Day always falls on the third Sunday in June. Mothers have their day in ... » Learn More about Five Rules for Father’s Day, for the Divorced and Not Divorced Alike