Are you a man trying to enforce your rights? Do you feel the justice system is failing you just because you are a man? At The Báez Law Firm, we will work hard to ensure the justice system treats you fairly.

It is unfortunate, but Texas courts often favor a woman’s rights. As a man, you are already up against a tough battle when it comes to divorce proceedings and property division, fighting for primary custody of your children, spousal maintenance, and reasonable child support payments. At The Báez Law Firm, we understand you are facing a difficult time in your life. You do not need the justice system to add any more worry to you. Let us help you!

I invite you to look over some of our law firm’s pages so you can obtain important information with regards to divorces, child support, child custody and spousal maintenance.


When a spouse wishes to file for a divorce, the petitioning party must state grounds for filing. This can include non-fault and fault based grounds. Often fault-based grounds for divorce are used as an important strategy tool to obtain spousal maintenance, a disproportionate share of the community estate, the right to establish the primary residency of your child, and the payment of all of your spouse’s attorney’s fees. The fault-based grounds for divorce include:

  • Abandonment
  • Adultery
  • Conviction of a felony
  • Cruelty

When a divorce is sought on fault-based grounds, it is important to contact our law firm so we can insure your rights, as a husband and father, are protected.

Division of community estate:

Upon the dissolution of a marriage, the court must make a “just and right division” of the parties’ community estate. This does not necessarily mean a 50/50 split. As stated above, oftentimes a divorce may be based on fault-based grounds, so that your spouse may ask for a disproportionate share of the community estate. You must fight back to ensure your rights are protected. Let the attorneys at The Báez Law Firm fight for you and your family. Together we can work together to reach an agreement that is fair and equitable to both parties.

Contact us:
If you have any questions regarding your rights call the attorneys at The Báez Law Firm. We can help you make the right decisions for you and your family. Contact our law firm today for more information! 210-979-9777