Records of family law proceedings are available online in many Texas counties. Divorces are usually a matter of public record and many Texas counties are working to make such records more easily accessible to the general population. The information available online varies by county, but generally case details such as the style of the case and the names of the parties are available. Many counties also provide information regarding court costs, hearing dates, lists of all pleadings, names of attorneys involved, and even images of some court documents, like original petitions for divorce or temporary orders signed by the judge.
This article is intended for our clients to provide a quick overview of our invoices. Should you still have questions please feel free to contact us directly. Thank you for trusting us with your family law matter.
This area includes details about the work performed by one of our staff members. It includes the date the item was completed, initials for the resource completing the task, quantity in hours, rate and total cost for line item.
This area includes any expense including but not limited to filing fees, process server fees and any 3rd party fees.
At the end of the Expenses area you’ll see the totals for both the services and expenses area. It will be displayed in the following format:
- Total – All charges for entire invoice.
- Payment – If applicable will display payment applied to specific invoice.
- Balance Owing – If applicable, this value will be the amount due to the firm. A value of zero only indicates that you have a zero balance for this specific invoice.
Detailed Statement of Accounts
This area will display current invoice and any previous invoices with an outstanding balance.
This area will display the current amount available in your trust account. If the value is less than $1,000 you will be required to replenish your retainer.