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Your Rights When Your Child’s Custodial Parent Won’t Let You See Your Child

With the help of an attorney, it is usually possible for a noncustodial parent to gain access to his children. In many Texas divorces and other cases where a child’s parents aren’t married, the mother ends up with primary custody of the child or children. Fathers are often supposed to be able to visit their children Read More

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Announcing Our New Office in Houston

The law firm of Robert Reid McInvale is pleased to announce our move to a new office to better serve our Lubbock-area clients. We are now located at 16360 Park Ten Place, Suite 327 in Lubbock’s Energy Corridor. This move puts us in a more central location, making us even more accessible to our clients Read More

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The Four Types of Fatherhood Under Texas Law, and a Father’s Responsibilities After Divorce

The birth of a baby can be the happiest event of your life but it also establishes a host of legal responsibilities for both parents. While identifying the biological mother is typically straightforward, ascertaining fatherhood in Texas can be somewhat confusing. As an experienced Lubbock divorce lawyer, I often help mothers make sure their children Read More

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Can Presumed Fathers Pursue Custody Rights in Texas Divorce?

Divorce may end your relationship with your wife but it does not break the bond between you and your children. Unfortunately, I have seen divorce cases where my clients learn for the first time they are not the biological fathers of the children they love. The good news is that Texas law does not necessarily Read More

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Is Same-Sex Divorce Imminent for Texas?

Relatively recent statutes enacted by the Texas legislature specifically declare same-sex marriage and civil unions void within the state. Based on this legislation, you can surmise that divorce is not possible for same-sex couples in a state where their marriages are not possible. However, the Texas Supreme Court is currently considering two cases that can Read More

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Can I Trust Friends and Family to Provide Advice During the Texas Divorce Process?

I have helped many individuals who come to me with any number of misconceptions promulgated by well-meaning people who care about them. Your friends and family naturally want the best for you and your children. However, their own personal experiences do not always lead to the best advice. By all means, accept their good intentions Read More

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What Legal Issues Apply When Felony Conviction Is Grounds for a Texas Divorce?

I hope that few of my clients will ever need to ask this question, but conviction for felony crimes can qualify as grounds for divorce and anyone citing these grounds may face some unique legal issues. First, you need to determine if a felony conviction qualifies as grounds for divorce in your situation. Generally, these Read More

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Do Children Need Their Own Legal Representation in a Texas Divorce?

In my years as a Texas divorce attorney, I have worked with hundreds of parents who put the interests of their children first, regardless of the degree of conflict within their divorce. However, if a court finds parents unable to put the interests of their children before their personal disputes, it may order some level Read More

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Is an Uncontested Divorce Always the Best Option in Texas?

Without a doubt, uncontested divorce has many benefits, from reduced expenses to greater control over the settlement results. I have successfully guided a great many clients through the process of negotiating all the settlement issues in uncontested divorce. However, certain situations absolutely require a contested divorce in court to ensure my client receives fair treatment. Read More

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Robert Reid McInvale is an experienced family law attorney with a comprehensive practice in Lubbock. He provides dedicated and strong advocacy for his clients, helping them with all the issues surrounding their divorce, separation, child custody, and other marriage and family matters. Attorney McInvale—Reid to clients and friends—seemed destined for a law career. Born while his father was attending Emory University Law School, Reid grew up in Manchester, GA. His father was the city attorney for many years, as well as head of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce. It is in the family blood to become lawyers and help people get justice. U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall is part of the McInvale family tree.

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