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Law Office of Maria Lowry Dedicated Houston Family Attorney

Law Office of Maria Lowry in the News

Sacramento Man Who Killed Children and Church Executive Had Checkered Past by Nadia El-Yaouti | Mar 28, 2022
Maria Lowry was asked to comment on a recent tragedy in which a father killed his children and another individual during a supervised visitation period. Ms. Lowry commented on steps that could help stop incidents like this from happening, while also noting these acts can’t always be prevented.

Chad Read’s Widow Files Wrongful Death Suit, Sought Custody Over Stepchildren by Nadia El-Yaouti | Jan 18, 2022
Attorney Maria Lowry was interviewed for an article covering the ongoing saga in a confrontational child custody dispute gone wrong, including an update on the father’s widow filing a wrongful death suit and her failed attempt to obtain custody of her stepchildren from the biological mother.

Annulment vs. Divorce: What Is the Difference? by Catherine Kimble | Nov 09, 2021
In a recent article covering the ins and outs of annulment versus divorce, attorney Maria Lowry was interviewed regarding when divorce might be a better option between the two and how annulment can impact issues such as property division, child custody, and even one’s immigration status.

All’s Fair in Love and COVID: Marriage and Divorce in a Pandemic by Catherine Kimble | Apr 16, 2021
Maria Lowry was recently featured in an article discussing how both marriage and divorce have changed since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Lowry was interviewed regarding the pros and cons of courts holding divorce proceedings via Zoom and how couples can separate even when divorce is not feasible due to the pandemic.

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