We also assist with some probate areas, such as wills and powers of attorney. Upon the conclusion of a divorce, a newly divorced client should seriously consider a revised will to reflect new life circumstances. Although under Texas law, a divorced spouse will not receive property from a deceased former spouse, a professionally drafted will that meets your needs remains vital. Expensive litigation may result without a will. Divorced parties might need help enforcing existing divorce decrees or possession orders. Modifying an existing parenting plan can be one of the most difficult legal processes. Also, when a divorced person considers remarriage to a new partner, premarital agreements may be of vital importance. These circumstances require the representation by the most experienced lawyers. At C.E. Schmidt & Associates, PLLC, we’ll help your family know what’s best.