The Law Offices of Christina Molitor, P.C. has represented many families in the adoption process. This representation includes assisting birth parents, adoptive parents, as well as step-parent adoptions.
The success and achievements of medical technology in recent years have resulted in many new ways to create a family. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) is becoming one of the fastest growing options for family building. The Texas Family Code recognizes this development and provides extensive regulation for assisted reproduction arrangements.
The duty of a parent to support his or her child exists while the child is an unemancipated minor and continues as long as the child is fully enrolled in an accredited secondary school in a program leading toward a high school diploma until the end of the school year in which the child graduates.
Collaborative Law helps families settle divorce cases without going to court. The Collaborative Law approach offers couples facing divorce several advantages.
Custody and visitation issues can be an integral part of a divorce, or may present themselves in the context of a paternity case, a suit affecting the parent-child relationship, or a modification suit.
The Law Offices of Christina Molitor, P.C. represents clients in all aspects of marital dissolution including divorce, annulments, and both the preparation and enforcement of premarital and postmarital agreements.
Mediation is a controlled, non-confrontational process that allows people involved in a dispute to participate in forming their own settlement agreement.