William Tyler Moore Jr’s Guides

William Tyler Moore Jr

Houston Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney.

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  1. How to find a lawyer

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    Finding a lawyer. To some extent, the internet has simplified the task of finding an attorney. Yet it is similar to an endless series of yellow page ads if you have no parameters for your search. Years ago, the yellow pages provided a list of lawyers willing to buy advertising i...

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  2. I'm worried about my ex sending my child back

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    " I dont trust my ex to send my child back at the end of the summer. This is a common fear amongst divorced parents. If the non-primary parent is not trustworthy, there are several things you can do to ease this fear. First, re-read your divorce decree or custody agreement. Refr...

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  3. Change of Custody Litigation

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    What is actually involved in a change of custody situation? Changing the primary custody of a child generally requires a change in material circumstances of either the child(ren) or a person affected by the original custody order. Additionally the change sought must be in the be...

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  4. Preparation for custody/visitation litigation

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    The key to success in almost everything is preparation. Forty something years ago, a drill sergeant told me and forty other privates, that prior planning precludes poor performance. Actually what he said was a little cruder. But the adage is nevertheless true. Hopefully when yo...

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  5. Interstate Support Issues

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    When a divorced parent takes a child to live out of the divorcing state, questions may arise about modification and enforcement of orders for child support or alimony. With fifty states, U.S. territories, and foreign countries added to the mix, these questions require some unifor...

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  6. Mobile Parents

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    Its a clich to talk about mobility in todays society. But it is important to divorced parents. The way mobility affects divorced couples is something you need to know. Moving, particularly, across state lines affects divorced couples with children and divorced couples with alimo...

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  7. I’m not rich. Why would I need a pre-nup?

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    Property agreements are not just for the wealthy. They are guaranteed ways to protect the property and property rights that you take into a marriage. Whether you have children or not by a prior marriage, you might want to consider utilizing such a tool. Property agreements may...

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  8. Who pays for what once the divorce is filed?

    Written by attorney William Moore, about 3 years ago.

    Who pays for what once the divorce suit is filed? Couples filing for divorce must address the issue of who will pay what bills once they decide to file for divorce. These bills may include house payment or rent, insurance (home, car, life, health), utilities (water, gas, and ele...

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  9. How do I get the personal property I was awarded?

    Written by attorney William Moore, over 3 years ago.

    What do you do if your ex-spouse doesnt deliver the household goods or collectibles to you that you were awarded in the decree? Occasionally, an ex is so upset by the divorce that he or she refuses to deliver or surrender the items which you were awarded in the divorce decree. T...

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  10. What is mediation?

    Written by attorney William Moore, over 3 years ago.

    If youre ordered to mediation in a suit, what does that mean? Mediation is a relatively new method of resolving legal disputes. It arose because of the time, money, and uncertainty involved in taking a case to trial. When I started practicing law, settlement conferences and arbi...

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