Rodriguez and Morgan Law Offices, PLLC

Practice Areas

The attorneys at Rodriguez and Morgan Law Offices, PLLC are licensed to practice law in the State of Texas. Attorney Christine M. Rodriguez is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and State of Texas..

Rodriguez and Morgan
Law Offices, PLLC
Tranquility Center
7924 Broadway, Ste 108
Pearland, Texas

Fax: 281-741-3473

Family Law

Family law is a broad term that encompasses all issues involved in the marriage context. Some of those issues are considered their own areas of practice, such as Divorce, Child Issues, and Premarital Agreements. Our firm deals with all legal aspects of the marriage context on a daily basis.


When a married couple decide to formally end the marriage relationship, they must file for divorce. Texas law has specific requirements that our firm can help walk you through so that you can end that relationship properly. At the time of divorce, all property obtained during the marriage by either party should be awarded to one person or the other. One reason to file for divorce is that in Texas a person cannot marry again without that first marriage being dissolved. One reason for hiring an attorney is to make sure ALL assets are divided properly and the marriage is properly ended.

Child Issues

This area of practice includes child custody, such as possession schedules, the rights a parent has in regard to their child, child support, paternity cases, and termination of parental rights. Texas courts strive to rule in “the best interest of the child” and our firm helps the judge see all sides of the child issues so that you can spend the maximum amount of time with that child, if you so desire.

Probate/Estate Administration

Probate and Estate Administration occurs after the death of an individual to get their property and financial affairs in order, including transfers of property to heirs or beneficiaries.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of your property. Estate planning typically attempts to eliminate uncertainties and maximize the value of the estate by reducing taxes and other expenses. Guardians are often designated for minor children and beneficiaries in incapacity. Typical tools are wills, trusts, powers of appointment or powers of attorney. After the Terri Schiavo media coverage, many people also want a living will. A living will determines what will happen if the person can no longer make decisions for themselves.

Business Entity Formations

Providing full service assistance in registering your business entity with the Secretary of State and obtaining a tax ID from the IRS. Additional advice on setting up the initial corporate documents for a corporation, LLC, PLLC, PA or non-profit entity.


Assistance with Employment contracts, disputes or discrimination matters.  Non-compete and severance issues as well as other employment related contractual matters.

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