While some people from Houston, Texas may consider divorce as a failure, others may regard the end of marriage as a chance to have a fresh start. Some divorced spouses remarry and raise their children with the new stepparent and stepchildren under one roof. A blended family may sound wonderful but just like any family, conflicts and issues may still arise and affect the family dynamic.
That headline probably does not make sense, but it will. This blog falls under the "unbelievable" category. It was so bizarre that we thought readers in Houston, Texas, would be interested in learning about the lengths some people will go to while avoiding a divorce decree or child custody court order.
Money laundering, organized criminal activity, bribery. A possible life sentence. Sometimes parents will go to any extreme when fighting for the custody of their children.
We always hear that custody and visitation decisions are supposedly made in the "best interests" of the child. So, why not let our children tell us what their interests are? Instead of having doctors and psychologists tell the Harris County Family Court what is best for our children during your divorce, visitation or custody dispute, why not just ask your kids? What if we also revisited the custody settlement or visitation schedule every two years? As your child ages, so will his or her priorities, friends, school activities and interests.