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I can advise you of your rights concerning your divorce decree, how to increase or decrease your child support, collect child support or defend child support claims against you, change visitation and enforce your divorce decree. Let me also advise you on related adoptions, name changes, guardianships, establishing custody and paternity.
My goal is to provide quality legal representation for our clients at a fair price. In 36 years of practicing law, I have seen what happens in divorces, child custody, paternity, child support, attorney general, and other family cases. I, along with everyone else at the Kritzer Law Firm, understand that our clients are going through some of the most trying and difficult times of
their lives and we use our experience and knowledge of the law to help them through these times, and to make sure that the legal process works as well as it can for them and that they have every advantage that a skilled, seasoned, and compassionate legal team can give them.
The Kritzer Law Firm was established in 1987. We are located in Houston, East Harris County, Texas 77015 in the Bank of America building, 12605 East Freeway, Suite 375,
which is just west of the Interstate 10 and Normandy Road intersection.
Elena Halachian-Kritzer, the owner of Kritzer Law Firm has a high degree of education click for Attorneys page and has been licenced and practicing law for 36 years. Attorney Kritzerís associate attorney is Robert W. Davidson who also has a high degree of education click for Attorneys page and has been licensed and practicing law for 31 years.
Our firms practice includes several areas of law with a focus on divorce and family matters which includes Divorce, Child support, Divorce modification, Paternity, Name Change, Custody, Adoptions, Family Mediation and Civil Mediation. Our second tier of legal knowledge is Bankruptcy law which includes Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 as well as Lawsuit Defense, Abeyance of Foreclosure on real property, Abeyance of Repossession on vehicles and secured assets, IRS and property tax delinquency allegations and Proof of Claim preparation. The third tier of legal knowledge is Probate, Muniment of Heirship and Wills.
The Kritzer Law Firm is also privileged to have two outstanding legal assistants F. William Kritzer, Judy Brannon and Rachel Clark who have been handling legal matters for over 25 years.
The Kritzer Law Firm prides itself in having handled legal matters for generations of Texas families. We have been centrally located in the East Harris County, Houston Texas 77015 vicinity collectively known as Northshore and Cloverleaf neighborhoods and in addition have represented Houston, Texas 77044, Channelview, Texas 77530, Galena Park, Texas 77547, Houston, Texas 77029, Houston, Texas 77028, Baytown, Texas 77520, Houston, Texas 77049, , houston, Texas 77078, Houston, Texas 77013 and several surrounding neighborhoods for decades. The Kritzer Law Firm has now expanded to include a large area of Northeast Harris County, Texas as well as southeast Montgomery County, Texas and western Liberty County, Texas, The hub of this expanded location is centralized at Stonehollow Plaza, 1422 Stonehollow Drive, Suite A, Kingwood, Texas 77339, which has been leased from Attorney William W Bivin.
There are several neighborhoods in Northeast Harris County, Texas that are being represented by the Kritzer Law Firm in addition to Humble. They are Kingwood, Texas 77345, Atascocita, Texas 77346, Humble, Texas 77396, Crosby, Texas 77532, Huffman, Texas 77336, Spring, Texas 77373, Crosby, Texas 77562 and Spring, Texas 77390. In Southeast Montgomery County, Texas there are Porter, Texas 77365 and New Caney, Texas 77357, Splendora, Texas 77372, to name a few.
We are on a first name basis with all of our clients and we treat our clients with respect, kindness and understanding and we have attorneys and assistants who are here to help you and stand in your corner!
I decided to open the Kritzer Law Firm to provide quality legal services at an affordable price. We pride ourselves in not having high hourly rates and we do not bill minuscule expenses such as fax transmission costs; long distance and local calling and first class mailing costs which may be incurred on an average family case. Also, in family cases, we also do not charge legal assistant hourly rates. This saves you money! Every case has our utmost attention.
Let us help you! If you are looking for an attorney who is thorough in all details of a legal matter, understanding and caring toward client satisfaction, willing to listen and advocate for your side, and reasonably priced, we welcome you as our client.
Family Law: Some Basic Things You Need To Comprehend.
Anything regarding law can become complex to understand, especially when you don't understand the requirements that are involved or the terms. Even within family law, there is many things to understand. None of the states are completely the same either when it comes to the different laws regarding the family. Every state essentially has different laws and requirements to what is required for marriage, along with the other things that have to do with the family.
Since there is so much to family law, we will concentrate more on the wedding aspects rather than two people who are marred and living together. For the most part, it is good to note that two people unmarried and living together do not have the same protection as those who are married. Engagement runs along the same along the same lines and does not mean anything more than a promise to marry. For that reason, when two people get engaged a woman is not supposed to keep the ring if they break up.
There are some states that will allow a woman to keep the ring in the case that the person giving it, breaks off the engagement. As for other gifts, both parties have the right to keep all other gifts. When two people are married, there are a lot of advantages from the legal point.
One of the thing is that they can file taxes together and have a family partnership under federal tax laws. Additionally, there are a lot more benefits in regards to estate, government, employment, medical, and death benefits. There is also the legal benefits, along with discounts, the family, and housing.
Some of the states require blood tests, residency, along with many other things. Some of the states will allow two people to marry right after gaining a marriage license and everyone differs in regards to how long they are valid for.
If you find out that your marriage is not valid after so many years, many of the states do have things to protect you. These kinds of protections are put in place to protect a person who may have been lied to and does not allow the other person to get away with just walking out of the marriage.
In any case, the state that you live in should be where you check for the family laws. For the most part, no two states are the same with the laws that they have. So, knowing the laws of the state that you live in is the best protection.
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