A retired professional football player will soon hear from a family law court as the mother of one of his children wants him to pay back child support.
Texans who are considering a divorce but are still unsure whether to proceed might follow the lead of actress and model Liberty Ross, who has reportedly has sought legal counsel even though she has not announced her intention to end her marriage.
A man with Texas ties avoided being sentenced to jail when he showed up in a family law court with nearly $20,000 to pay child support he owed to the mother of his 7-year-old daughter.
A judge assigned to a high-stakes child support and custody case has made another determination that Texas family law judges and attorneys undoubtedly have watched closely.
Child support claims in Texas and two other states have contributed to the financial downfall of the former boxing heavyweight champion of the world, who owes anywhere from about $375,000 to $500,000 in back support, depending on the report.
A Texas-sized child support battle is playing out in a family law courtroom in another state, pitting a supermodel against a billionaire. While many people will find it hard to relate to the large sum of money at stake, it's the same basic concept as other child support battles. The judge will need to decide what is best for the child.
A Texas family law court will need to decide whether a Houston woman should receive an increase in child support from a professional football player who fathered her two children. This case might prove more complex than many support cases, however. The player with whom she is linked has 10 children with eight different women, plus two more on the way.
Months after separating from entertainer Jennifer Lopez, singer Marc Anthony has filed a petition for divorce. The couple married seven years ago, but announced their split in July 2011. They have 4-year-old twins. Anthony specified "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for his divorce filing.
University of Texas football fans no doubt remember the fits that Barry Sanders caused the Longhorns in the 1980s. Those same fans will be interested to hear that the college and professional football legend recently filed for divorce.
The on-again, off-again divorce between a famed megachurch pastor -- who has a popular following in many states, including Texas -- and his wife is off again.