Kids of divorce sometimes have strong opinions over child custody arrangements in Texas, especially those old enough to understand. However, because they are children, courts are hesitant to allow kids to chime in on these decisions. With that said, there are certain...
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Divorce can damage family relationships. Not only could you and your ex have trouble even being in the same room with one another, but your kids could become angry with or resentful toward one or both of their parents. In most Texas divorces, parents will end up...
The divorce procedure can be stressful at the best of times. Arguably, the most taxing aspect is worrying about what will happen to the children. Parents may feel that the courts are going to be biased in their rulings. Thus, it is important to separate the common...
Some of the messiest, most expensive divorce issues involve dependent family members. Parents with young children may fight bitterly for custody. Many modern couples may have chosen to expand their family with the inclusion of a dog or a cat. In some Texas families,...
Many immigrants to the United States are pursuing their own “American dream.” The American dream can mean many things to different people. To some, the American dream involves a house, a car and a family. When having a child on your own is not an option, many look to...
Spousal support, or alimony, continues to be a hot topic here in the state of Texas. Many residents believe alimony should not be an option, while others believe it helps lesser-earning spouses acquire financial independence. Regardless of your personal opinion, if a...
Co-parenting isn’t ever an easy task. You have to ensure that you’re doing what you can to make it easier. There are several ways that you can do this. One of the most important is to ensure that you’re happy and healthy. Many areas of your life can have a direct...
Whether a divorce or child custody case is litigated or resolved in mediation, a judge must sign off on the final court order in the matter. The divorce decree or parenting plan then becomes an official court order. There are penalties for violating its terms. You may...
Did you plan to get married in 2020, but did you have to put it off until this year? Now that it seems like you can finally have the big wedding of your dreams, you are very excited to tie the knot. This may not have been exactly how you and your partner envisioned...
Parenting is difficult in the best of times. Add in a pandemic, and parents throughout the world were put to the test. Disagreements about sleeping schedules, eating habits, school needs, and extracurricular activities were all magnified as the world went into...
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