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League City Family Law Attorney

Representing families throughout the Bay Area: League City, Friendswood and The Clear Lake Area

If you are facing a family law or probate case in the Houston or Galveston area, you need the advice and counsel of an experienced lawyer. Attorney Rob Musemeche is skilled in family law and probate matters. He can protect your legal rights throughout a divorce, child custody, or probate case. The sooner you consult with an experienced attorney about the legal issues you are facing, the better protected your legal rights will be.

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Handling a Wide Range of
Family Law Matters

Legal Custody Attorney

Family law covers a wide variety of legal issues beyond divorce and child custody. Divorce brings up issues of alimony and property division. Child custody raises issues of father’s rights, child support, visitation schedules, and legal decision-making (which is called conservatorship under Texas law). Divorce and child custody cases can have a serious impact on your relationship with your child for years to come. Unlike civil cases, in which a person can be compensated, no amount of money will make up for the detrimental impact an unfair custody order can have on the parent-child relationship. This is why it is so important to work with an attorney to protect your legal rights as a parent.

Family law cases can also affect your personal finances for years to come. Many clients must file for bankruptcy or debt relief in order to get a fresh financial start after a divorce. Some suffer for years under the terms of a burdensome alimony or child support order. These can be modified based upon a change in your circumstances, and it is important to consult with an experienced family law attorney about your right to get relief from an overly burdensome support obligation.

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Galveston County Probate Lawyer

Probate is the process by which ownership of a person’s property is legally transferred after his or her death. In the case of a small estate, it might be possible to have a will accepted by the probate court and transfer assets to the heirs without dispute. In many cases, however, the probate process is far more complicated. The person might have died without a will in place. Beneficiaries and family members might challenge the validity of a will that was executed. And in particularly ugly cases, fraud or concealment might cause the executor to be removed. This sometimes results in the estate being administered all over again.

Family members and beneficiaries of a will have the right to protect their legal interest in the estate by hiring a probate lawyer. Executors can protect themselves from claims of wrongdoing or negligence by getting legal advice on their rights and responsibilities. And families can work together to avoid probate disputes by working with a probate attorney to administer the estate as efficiently as possible.