David C. Adams

David C. Adams

  • Family Law
  • Texas
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I believe that an effective family law practice is about putting clients first and maintaining relationships. I graduated from the University of Houston-Clear Lake in 2011 Summa Cum Laude, with a degree in History and a teaching certification. Prior to practicing law, I taught high school public speaking, history, and debate for several years. While teaching high school, I attended South Texas College of Law as a part-time student and graduated in 2015.
As a former high school history teacher and debate coach, I believe the right arguments are just as important as remembering that every client’s needs are different, every client’s story is different, and every story needs an effective storyteller. My legal practice focuses primarily on divorce, child custody, and child support. When I'm not practicing law I like to spend time with my wife and daughter, and root on my Houston Astros.

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  • Family Law
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Texas
State Bar of Texas
ID Number: 24109560
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  • English: Spoken, Written
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State Bar of Texas # 24109560
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7 Questions Answered

Q. Mother still refuses to do what is court ordered for me to start my supervised visitation.
A: You need to file an enforcement action against your ex. Often, once you prove your ex violated a valid order, the judge will order her to pay your attorney's fees. If your ex continues to ignore a judge's orders she will likely be fined and eventually jailed for contempt of court.
Q. My ex wife claimed diabled in our 2017 divorce but she is not legally by the State.After 2 yrs I want to challenge it.
A: If the circumstances have changed since your divorce was granted you can file a modification and ask that the maintenance be reduced. Please contact my firm if you'd like to move forward.
Q. Do I need a lawyer to subpoena my ex-husband's financial records, who lives in another state?
A: You have two options: 1) ask your ex to give you the records you need, or 2) file a subpoena requesting the documents. I would recommend you hire an attorney if a subpoena is required.
Q. Can anyone come and take my son back from me?
A: It sounds like you already have a custody order in place. Review it carefully as it will tell you what you can and can't with your son.
Q. Change a geographic restriction if the added location would actually be closer to the non-custodial parent?
A: You need to file a modification. If the new location is closer to your ex then they will likely agree to the change, and the court should sign off.
Q. My husband and I have just separated, I would like to have primary custody of our daughter. What are the steps for this?
A: If you're separated and unlikely to reconcile then you need to file for divorce. Custody of and visitation with your daughter will be resolved as part of your divorce. Be aware that the routines you establish now during seperation regarding your daughter can greatly effect your case. If you'd like a consultation in the Houston or surroundings areas, please give my firm a call.
Q. How can I get my grand child out of the bad environment her dad has her n he n my daughter struggled over a gun she dea
A: If there is no existing custody order affecting this child then you can file an original SAPCR (suit affecting the parent child relationship). However, if the child hasn't had significant past contact with you then standing may be an issue.
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Hunt Law Firm, PLLC
23212 Red River Drive
Katy, TX 77494
USA
Telephone: (832) 315-5494