Paula Brown Sinclair
Paula Brown Sinclair, Family Law Attorney - Twin Falls, ID
Posted over 2 years ago.

But, Ms. Brochstein, it is quite possible for an attorney not presently licensed in your state to have sufficient familiarity, as I do, to responsibly answer this question. Feel free to read about my Texas connection on my profile.

Fran Brochstein
Fran Brochstein, Divorce / Separation Lawyer - Houston, TX
Posted over 2 years ago.

Yes it is possible -- but your answer is not just not correct based on the changes made by the TX legislature several years ago. Merry Christmas!

Fran Brochstein
Fran Brochstein, Divorce / Separation Lawyer - Houston, TX
Posted over 2 years ago.

Since you graduated from law school in 1980, the TX legislature has changed the TX family code substantially.

Evan Edward Pierce-Jones
Evan Edward Pierce-Jones, Criminal Defense Attorney - San Angelo, TX
Posted over 2 years ago.

Ok, ladies, the key we can all agree is to keep up to date.