Atkins O’Toole & Briner, L.L.C. welcomes Eren Price to the Firm. Eren is an accomplished trial attorney of more than 20 years. She is the former Chief Felony Prosecutor for the Crimes Against Children Division of the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office and is at home in the courtroom. During her time as a prosecutor, [...]
By the thousands, couples are living together without marrying these days. This growing phenomenon has produced a noticeable increase in cohabitation agreements to clean up the mess when relationships go off the rails.
With children heading back to school, it’s a good time for divorced parents to cover important matters with each other and avoid misunderstandings. You’ve probably led a more casual life over the summer.
This story was originally published in Texas Lawyer and the Dallas Bar HEADNOTES. Sudden tragedy in a high-conflict matter is the nightmare scenario for attorneys and judges when criminal law and family law interact.
The following is reprinted from the May 2017 issue of D Magazine, in a section titled Bad Romance: Five Dallas lawyers dish on their most memorable divorce cases.
If young people are afraid of anything these days, it’s marriage. For the first time in our history, there are more single people ages 25-34 than marrieds.
Most post-divorce life changes will indicate a change to your income taxes. Here are changes that may affect your taxes after divorce.
Yes, under certain circumstances. The private school must be a “proven need” of the child.
“As children get older, they become more aware of matters tied to money,” says Marie Briner.
Before 1970, Texas residents were required to prove the most awful things about their spouses to get a divorce.