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Helene Bergman

Experienced Houston Lawyer

Low Cost Family Law and Divorce Law 

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General Family Law information is listed towards the bottom of the page.


Low Cost Pay as You Go Law Services Provided

These prices do not include filing fees or service fees that may be required.


Low prices can help you get through a really tough time in your life, and help you maintain your financial feet on the ground. Pay as you go, allows you to take the first step, then when you can afford it, the second or third steps.  No need to get into a financial trap while you are getting your life in order.  If everything turns bad, no problem.  We can immediately step it up to protect you. Power is what it takes sometimes, and we will make sure that you receive our "Power to Empower" you! 


Basic Divorce Petition (agreed) with Case Cover Sheet
$295.00

Divorce Waiver (of Personal Service)
$147.50

Divorce Final Decree (agreed, all property already divided w/o children)
$295.00

Divorce Final Decree (agreed, personal property to be divided, w/o children)
$442.50

Divorce Final Decree (agreed, personal and real property to be divided, w/o children)
$595.00

Divorce Final Decree (agreed, title transfers, deeds, children) contact us for individualized pricing

Modification of Parent Child Relationship (child support or custody change).

Petition to Modify Parent Child Relationship Basic with required Parenting Plan and required Cover Sheet
beginning at $595.00

Petition to Modify Parent Child Relationship Waiver (of personal service)
$147.50

Child Support Enforcement.
Motion for Enforcement of Child Support Order and Order to Appear
First document along with the payment history, and the amounts that have not been paid.
$995.00

Notice (to nonpaying party)
This is the document that will put the other person on notice that they are being sued for back child support)
$147.50

Order
This is filed right after the judge rules (decides) on the Motion.
$295.00

After you read the following information, please feel free to email me at bergmanlawfirm@sbcglobal.net

or (713) 515-2071 with any further questions. I'll be happy to provide a few simple, general answers.

Contacting me with questions, and receiving some answers will not mean that I am your attorney, and there will be no attorney client relationship established, unless different written agreements are made. 


Divorce, child support and custody matters are governed by several sets of Texas Laws and Rules. The most important of these is for the purposes of Family Law is the Texas Family Code.  


www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/SDocs/FAMILYCODE.pdf 

https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/SDocs/FAMILYCODE.pdf


The Laws that apply to families are numerous. All men, women and children have rights and duties in this area. But understanding Texas Family Law does not have to be difficult. An experienced family lawyer can explain the areas where you need help. It's important for couples, children and other family and non-family individuals to know their rights right now and in planning for their future.

This page provides an overview of Texas Law on family matters.

If you have any unanswered questions about family rights in the Texas Laws, be sure to contact Houston Family Law Lawyer, Helene Bergman. 


Call/text (713) 515-2071 or email bergmanlawfirm@sbcglobal.net


Contents:

1.  General Rules: Texas Family Code lists all the rights and duties with regard to Family Law situations.

​2.  Defining divorce related to couples, "married" or not, partners, and extended family, for example, grandparents.

3.  Child Support

       a.  how it's set

       b.  who sets it

       c.  guidelines for the amount that is awarded

       d.  increases and decreases

       e.  non paying parents

4.  Custody.

5.  Property, who owns what and how it gets divided in the event of a divorce.