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The Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg strives to provide its clients with cost-effective, quality legal representation. Whether you are looking for legal representation or information about divorce, possession and access of your children, child support, or modifying and enforcing a previous Court Order, we understand that each client is an individual with a unique set of needs and goals regarding their case. The firm’s team includes private investigators, financial experts, and child psychologists—all working together to ensure that our clients’ interests are advocated for throughout the entire process. We strive to offer practical, cost-efficient, representation as well as personalized counsel for each case. Every step of the way, the Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg will provide guidance on the legal process so our clients feel informed and empowered through their journey.

As an experienced litigator in family law matters, Shane M. Boasberg also understands how emotional this can be for every party involved—especially when children are involved—and offers a supportive approach along with sound legal advice. In addition to providing top-tier legal services, they recognize that it is just as important to show compassion during this difficult time.
In Texas, there are several grounds for divorce. The most common is that the marriage has become “insupportable” due to discord or conflict between the spouses. Other grounds include adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, and living apart for at least three years. To qualify for a divorce in Texas, at least one of the spouses must have been a resident of the state for six months prior to filing the petition. The Law Office of Shane M. Boasberg will provide experienced legal advice and representation and work closely with you to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process. Shane M. Boasberg will explain the laws regarding property division, alimony, child custody and support, visitation schedules, and more. With our knowledge of Texas divorce law, we can help you reach a fair and equitable settlement that meets you and your family’s needs. Whether you are filing for a contested or uncontested divorce, The Law Office of Shane M. Boasberg will provide guidance and quality legal representation to help ensure the best possible outcome for your case.
Custody & Possession and Access of Children:
Child custody SAPCR law in Texas is based on the best interest of the child standard. The court will make a determination of what is in the best interest of the child, taking into account various factors including the child’s age, mental and physical health, and relationship with each parent. The court may also consider whether one parent has been the primary caregiver of the child.

The court may also award sole or joint custody of the child in Texas. When awarding joint custody, the court will consider how well the parents can communicate and cooperate with each other. If one parent is awarded sole custody, then they will be responsible for making decisions regarding health care, education, and other important matters regarding the child’s upbringing.

When making a decision about child custody, the court will also consider what type of parenting plan is in the best interest of the child. Joint legal custody allows each parent to have equal say in matters relating to their child’s upbringing, while joint physical custody allows both parents to spend time with their child.

At the Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg, we understand that deciding who should have primary custody of a child is an important decision and how it can affect the entire family. Shane M. Boasberg will help you understand your rights and advocate for what is in the best interest of your child. We are here to provide you with effective legal representation as you go through this process. Contact us today to set up an appointment.
Child Support:
Texas law requires that both parents contribute to the financial support of their child. The amount of child support that is ordered will be based on a variety of factors, including the income of each parent and the number of children that are being supported. The law also provides for a formula to calculate the amount of child support that should be paid.

In Texas, child support is calculated using a percentage of the paying parent’s income. The percentage depends on the number of children being supported. For one child, the percentage is 20%; for two children, it is 25%; and for three children, it is 30%. These percentages are increased by 5% for each additional child. The court may order a different amount if it determines that the calculation would be unjust or inappropriate in a particular case.

In addition to child support, the court may also order medical support for children in the form of medical insurance coverage or cash payments. When ordering medical support, the court considers each parent’s ability to provide health care coverage and any available public programs that can be used to provide health care coverage for a child.

The Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg has the experience and knowledge needed to advise clients on their rights and obligations regarding child support. We can also assist clients in filing petitions for modification or enforcement of existing orders, as well as helping them to negotiate agreements that will be fair for both parties. To learn more about our services, contact us today.
Division Of Property
When a couple decides to get a divorce in Texas, one of the first things they need to decide is how to divide their property. This can be a complicated process, especially if there are disagreements over what is considered marital property and what is not. A family law attorney can help you understand your rights and guide you through the process of dividing your property fairly.

Community and separate property law in Texas is a complex web of rules and regulations that govern the division of assets upon divorce. While there are general guidelines that apply in most cases, there are also a number of factors that can influence how assets are divided. One important consideration is whether the property in question is considered community or separate property. Generally, any assets or income acquired during the marriage will be considered community property, while assets and income acquired prior to the marriage will be considered separate property.

However, there are many exceptions to this rule, and it is often up to the courts to decide how to divide assets fairly between divorcing spouses. If you are considering divorce and need legal assistance sorting through these complex laws, please contact the Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg for a free consultation.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Shane M. Boasberg, please feel free to call us today at 512-561-5003.
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