Divorces can get messy, and probably none are messier than those dealing with hotly contested custody battles. When both parents want the kids with them 100% of the time, it can be quite challenging to find workable solutions to the problem. Sometimes, one parent may...
International Child Custody Issues
After you divorce from your spouse, you will be in a situation that is becoming more common: Your child will have family in both the United States and abroad. Your spouse may want to return to their home country and take your child there for vacations or business...
It can sometimes be difficult for divorced parents in Texas to work out a shared parenting plan. When parents finally do reach an agreement on custody and visitation, the parents are legally obligated to follow that agreement. If a divorced parent brings their child...
The thought of your former spouse in Texas kidnapping your child can be terrifying enough. But even more frightening is the thought of your former spouse kidnapping your child and flying him or her to a different country. Fortunately, the United States is a...
Child custody matters can quickly become complicated. If you believe that your ex-spouse or soon-to-be ex-spouse may try to take your children out of the country or you are already facing international custody issues, you have a complex ordeal on your hands....
Marrying someone from another country may have seemed exciting. You may have looked forward to blending your cultures and sharing your traditions with your children. Perhaps you even considered moving to your spouse's country as a permanent home.When the marriage...
Child custody can be one of the most complex issues in a divorce. Both parents probably have strong opinions about where the child should live, who should get to make decisions for the child and how much parenting time he or she should get. Custody and visitation...
Like many couples, you may have an interesting story about how you met. Perhaps you knew each other from the office, met online or were introduced through common friends. Maybe it felt like fate that your paths crossed while you were traveling out of the...
When you got divorced, you may have believed that although your marriage was ending, your relationship with your former spouse would continue because you have a child together. For the most part, you may have thought you'd merely have to be civil, adhere to your court...
The recent presidential election is a cause of concern to many U.S. residents of different citizenship statuses. Some of these residents worry about custody of their children; single, divorced and remarried parents, in particular, wonder what would happen if they had...
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