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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
I Am Very Glad I Know Him.
My attorney, Ricardo A. Barrera, got me custody of my child and an increase in child support despite all the threats and dirty tricks my ex-spouse and his attorney tried. I always refer everyone that needs an attorney to Ricardo A. Barrera Attorney at Law. I am very glad I know him. I still contact him to this day with minor questions and he answers them promptly and with courtesy. — A.G., Harlingen
An attorney that cared so much.
I never met an attorney that cared so much for my case. Thank you to Ric Barrera for helping me when I needed him most. — R.B., McAllen
Ric was on top of my case.
Attorney Ricardo A. Barrera represented me in trial in my divorce. My ex-spouse took absolutely nothing. Ric was on top of my case every step of the day. He fought for me every step of the way and I am very grateful to him for all his hard work. — R.R., La Feria
Got all charges against dismissed.
Mr Barrera represented my step mother when she was indicted by the federal government for a crime she did not commit. Mr. Barrera got all charges against my mother dismissed. — I.P., Brownsville
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Can you just move to another city, county, or state with the kids if you are subject to a Texas custody order or Divorce Decree? The answer is no. First, you must check if there is a geographic restriction in place. If there is, it must be lifted prior to a move. If there is … Read more
Under Texas Law, any and all property that is acquired by a marital partner during a marriage is presumed to be community property. A tax return, no matter what the circumstances are, will be treated that way in a Texas court if the parties are married. Often times, parties may be separated for quite some … Read more
Happy New Year to all of you. The holidays can often be a true opportunity to really see how children are progressing in life and what changes should be made. Some of us get a little down when we see how fast our children are growing up, the last of the cuddles and hand-holding and the … Read more
Under Texas law, a spouse may report any instance of family violence to the proper police authority. Sometimes, police don’t have enough to arrest a person because the threat is vague or there is no evidence. A temporary restraining order or protective order may be necessary depending on the extent and severity of the threat. … Read more