Family Law Blog

  • Our firm is thrilled to announce we have been nominated, and thus accepted, the AIOFLA’s 10 Best Law Firm in Texas for Client Satisfaction! This incredible honor was delegated by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, a third-party attorney rating organization renowned for its unbiased and thorough ranking of professionals in the legal field. Our team of Galveston County divorce ...
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  • What Do I Do When I Get Served a Divorce Petition in Texas?

    || 14-Sep-2016

    Were you minding your own business when suddenly a stranger walked up, asked if you were indeed you, and then handed you a stack of divorce papers? While this might seem like a farfetched scenario, this is actually how many people learn that their spouse has decided to put an end to their marriage. But no matter how you were given a petition of divorce, there are a few steps you should always take ...
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  • How Do I Get Custody of My Children in My Texas Divorce?

    || 7-Sep-2016

    While you are going through a divorce, you have undoubtedly given some consideration to what will happen to your own future. But have you thought much about the future lives of your children? If you want to ensure you are there for them and that they are raised according to your beliefs and ideals, winning child custody should be one of your priorities. Securing the child custody rights that you ...
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  • Connect Online with The Karenko Law Firm PLLC

    || 26-Apr-2016

    The Karenko Law Firm PLLC strives to provide focused and personal attention to each client throughout their divorce or other family law case. This includes offering a variety of ways to contact us and stay in touch! Follow, friend, like, and share with us on any of the profiles shown below. Need a Galveston County family law attorney? Visit our office, call, or email us today! CONTACT THE KARENKO ...
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  • Protecting the Assets That Mean Most to You in a Divorce

    || 28-Jun-2013

    When a couple makes the decision to get married one of the last things on their mind is the possibility of divorce. They are in love. They are looking forward to spending the rest of their lives together and they are making plans for their future. It is an unfortunate fact of life that situations and people change, and not all marriages last. If that should happen to you, one of the first things ...
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  • Controversial Alimony Bill Gets Overturned in Florida

    || 26-Jun-2013

    On May 1st, 2013 Florida Governor Rick Scott vetoed a controversial alimony bill that had already passed through both the state House and Senate. The bill was known as Senate Bill 0718 (SB 718) and was intended to redefine the term "marital assets and liabilities" as it applied to equitable distribution in divorce cases. The bill would have also made bridge-the-gap alimony and ...
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  • Holiday Blog for Military Families

    || 2-Dec-2011

    By the end of 2011, the majority of our soldiers will be home from Iraq. The Tampa Bay area, and especially Galveston County, will see many soldiers, both men and women, come home to families whom they may have not seen for some time. Unfortunately, these homecomings may be strained because of marriage difficulties, economic difficulties, PTSD, and many other physical and mental health issues ...
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    || 17-Oct-2011

    Part 1 Finances For many people the thought of "planning" for a divorce is offensive. However, when you remember that your financial future and your children's future are at stake, it makes excellent sense to make a plan before you file for divorce. The following tips will help you begin to financially plan for your new life. Budget: Take the time to put together your budget. Use the ...
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