Divorcing spouses in Houston are probably relieved when the papers are finalized; however, couples with children may have different points of view after the divorce. When children are involved in divorce, the parents have to settle child custody and visitation issues. Conversely, even after these matters are agreed upon, both parents may have to work together to make sure that they do what is best for the child.
Couples in Houston and Harris know that not all marriages turn out happily ever after. Marital disputes may arise during the marriage and when there is no way to fix the issues, one spouse may file for a divorce. Divorce often offers complexities, depending on the couples' situation. Child custody and support, alimony and property division are some of the most common issues tackled during the divorce settlement.
It's going to be Texas versus Missouri. And no, this isn't about the SEC college football season finale. Two sets of grandparents are lining up for what could be a fierce interstate child custody battle for the daughter of an NFL linebacker who committed a murder-suicide last month.
Houston, Texas, residents may be thankful about how technology brought a lot of convenience to everyday life, particularly to communication. In this field, Smartphones, email and social media help people stay connected despite the distance. It may be easier for Texas parents to share their family photographs on vacation trips, birthday celebrations or holidays with other distant relatives. However, when the parents file for divorce, social media can be a big issue.
Issues regarding an international child custody matter are being considered by the United States Supreme Court. This matter all began when an American soldier married a woman that lived in Scotland while her husband was deployed to Afghanistan.
Deciding to have a child is a big decision for couples, but when the relationship fails, the couple will still need to go through child custody and child support issues. It doesn't matter if you are a sports celebrity or not, these real life issues can affect everyone. This is the case for NBA star Chris Bosh who has been dealing with a child support battle with his ex-girlfriend over child support for their daughter.
Sadly, spouses do not always work together when it comes to parenthood. A father from Texas was forced to leave the state for another job while his wife was pregnant. However, while the father was out-of-state, the woman then gave the child up for adoption without his permission.
A couple of months back, we wrote about the ongoing child custody dispute that was occurring in Texas. The case involved a surrogate mother whose right to child custody of a pair of twins was challenged by the sperm donor.
It appears that approximately half of children will have parents that divorce before that child turns 18-years old. But though this can be particularly tough for children to deal with, studies have shown that parents putting aside their differences for the sake of the child are more satisfied with their child custody arrangements.
A Texas father is currently involved in an international child custody dispute. The father and the mother of the child were at one time engaged to each other, and the mother is a British native. However, when the couple took their child to the United Kingdom for a visit, the father alleges the mother remained there with the child and never returned to the United States.