Trusted Attorneys at Law Serving Texas and the Cypress Community

1.  Does a DBA protect me as a business owner?

In short, no, a DBA is not a legal company and your personal assets could be at risk. Our business law attorneys can help you file a business legally that protects your assets. More about our business law services

2.  Does Oxner Legha offer flat-fee rates?

Yes. For certain cases, like wills, trusts, estate planning packages, and business formations, we offer flat rates. Schedule a consultation to get a custom quote for your specific need.

3.  Can I get divorced today?

In the state of Texas, there is a 60-day cooling-off period, with a few exceptions. Our family law attorneys can help you determine what is best to your unique situation. More about our divorce services

4.  How long will a consultation take?

Typically, a consultation is one hour, but sometimes the consultations last longer. At Oxner Legha, you will never be charged more if the consultation goes longer.

5. Who will I meet with at a consultation?

All consultations are with a licensed attorney who practices in the area related to your consultation. Typically, you will have a consultation with one of the partners, Jason Oxner or Arpita Legha.

6. How much does a consultation cost?

We have a flat rate of $150 for consultations, unless you are asking about a personal injury case, and we’ll be able to customize our legal solution to your exact problem. Personal injury consultations are offered at no cost. Schedule a consultation

7. How long do I have to probate a will after a death?

The Texas Estates Codes allows for 4 years to probate an estate from the date of death with a few exceptions. If the 4 years have passed, it is still possible to probate an estate. More about our estate planning services

8. What is the address for Oxner Legha Law Firm?

We are located at 12300 Dundee Ct., Suite 116, Cypress, Texas 77429.

9. How much will it cost to file for a divorce?

Altogether, it will cost $282.95 just for the filing fees in Harris County, but prices differ based on where you will need to file.

10. In a divorce, is property always split equally between the two partners?

While it’s commonly believed that property and money is always split equally during a divorce, Texas actually operates on the “just and right” standard. Our divorce attorneys are experienced in dividing assets between partners, and we can ensure you get what you deserve in a divorce. More about our family law services

11.  Will I owe alimony after a divorce?

Texas law doesn’t support alimony, but it does allow for spousal support. There are strict requirements around spousal support, and our divorce attorneys can guide you on how to move forward. More about our family law services

12. Will I still owe child support if I lose my job?

If you lost your job, you’re still required to pay child support, but the amount could be different than your normal child support. Our family law attorneys can help determine how much you owe and how to modify the arrangement. More about our family law services

13. What will I owe in child support?

The amount of child support you may owe will vary on your wage and how many children you have. Our family law attorneys can help determine the correct amount. More about our family law services

14. Is there a cap on the amount of child support?

In Texas, the maximum child support is $9,200 a month. More about our family law services

15.  What services does the Oxner Legha Law Firm offer?

We support the Cypress and Houston areas with practical legal advice for business law, civil litigation, debt defense, estate planning, family law, personal injury, probate, property damage, and real estate law.

There are many other areas our law firm can assist you with, so contact us for more information.

Currently, we do not practice immigration, criminal, or patent law.

16.  Will a power of attorney be valid after the principal dies?

When the principal dies, a power of attorney is no longer valid. More about our estate planning services

17. When I die, will my house pass to my partner?

Even if you’re married, your estate will go through probate if you pass away without a will. Our estate planning attorneys create wills and other estate planning documents for a flat fee and can save your loved ones money and time. More about our estate planning services

18. When I die, will my home automatically pass to my children or heirs?

Your estate will go through probate if you pass away without a will, even if you have children. Our estate planning attorneys create wills and other estate planning documents for a flat fee and can save your loved ones money and time. More about our estate planning services

19. How does paying for probate work?

The estate of the person who passed will pay for probate, but since the estate is often inaccessible, the executor/executrix of the estate will often pay the upfront costs and be reimbursed by the estate. When working with an estate planning attorney, we can often have the estate pay for the costs initially, so contact Oxner Legha if you’re facing a probate case. More on estate planning services

20. Is Oxner Legha hiring?

We’re looking for a talented family law paralegal, and we offer a law intern program each summer. Contact us to apply.

21. How does a power of attorney work?

This legal document gives a person you choose the power to act on your behalf while you’re alive. More about our power of attorney services

22. Do you have free consultations?

If you want a consultation for a personal injury case, we’re happy to meet with you at no cost. All other consultations cost $150, are typically one hour long, and we do not charge for going over the hour. Schedule a consultation

23. Can Oxner Legha help me with a child custody case?

We offer full service family law assistance, which includes child custody disputes. More about our family law services

24. How highly rated are you on Google?

Our firm currently holds a five star rating on Google.

25. How highly rated is Oxner Legha on Yelp?

Our firm currently holds a five star rating on Yelp.

26.  When is Oxner Legha open?

Oxner Legha is open from Monday – Friday, 9 am through 6 pm for in-person and video conferencing consultations.

We’re also open on Saturday from 9 am through 4 pm by appointment only.

We work tirelessly for our clients and may contact you outside of business hours.

27.  Who is an Executor?

An Executor is named in a legal Will, and they will be responsible for administrating the estate of someone who has passed through probate. More about our estate planning services

28.  Who is an Administrator?

After passing through probate, an administrator is appointed to execute the will and/or disperse the estate. More about our estate planning services

29.  Why would I need Letters of Testamentary?

This court issued document is similar to a Power of Attorney, and it appoints an executor or executrix to make decisions and sign on behalf of the estate of the recently deceased loved one. More about our estate planning services

30.  Why would I need Letters of Administration?

In the event of a loved ones death, the Letters of Administration are issued by the court and list the individual appointed to act on behalf of the recently deceased’s estate. More about our estate planning services

31.  Why would I need an operating agreement?

Operating agreements make it easy to understand the duties and ownership of the company. They can be strategic legal documents that bring clarity to a difficult topic: who owns how much.  More about our business law services

32.  Why would I need a service agreement?

A service agreement defines what each important term means in a contract between businesses.  More about our business law services

33. How much does it cost to file an LLC?

We charge a flat rate fee of $800 to file an LLC so that you’re never surprised with additional fees. This includes all filing costs and paperwork that will be required to file an LLC. More about our Business Law Services

34. How long does it take to File an LLC in Texas?

We’ll file your LLC with the Texas Secretary of State the same day you provide us with the informaiton.  Typically, the state takes up to 48 hours to respond, so the entire process should take three business days.

35. What forms of payment does the law firm accept?

We accept all major forms of payment including:

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover
  • American Express
  • Checks
  • Cash

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