Parents in Houston, Texas, as well as in the rest of the country, have an obligation to raise their child properly and to provide care for and fulfill all the needs of their child. When parents divorce each other, they will need to resolve the issue of child custody, and in most of these cases one of the parents will be required to pay child support. In Texas, the amount of a regular child support payment may depend on the number of children and the needs of the child, such as the child's everyday expenses and health care. The parent's child support obligations must be paid, or serious consequences will follow.
Domestic violence is an important issue across the country, including Texas. Such domestic violence may include spousal abuse, online stalking and emotional abuse. Some Houston readers may assume that family violence only involves one-sided abuse or violence against the other spouse. However, these domestic violence problems may also victimize family members, children and intimate partners, as in the following case in Dallas, Texas.
Marital dissolution and divorce is becoming more and more and no one is necessarily immune from the impact of divorce. Filing for marital dissolution is not an easy decision, especially in high net worth divorce where both parties may have acquired a wide array of properties and assets over a number of years together. Divorce also opens a series of issues for divorcing couples such as alimony, child support and child custody.
As divorces become increasingly more complicated, so does the paperwork and stress involved. Although it is true that divorce can lead to some serious expenses for the couple, the complications of the legal proceedings make hiring professionals more advantageous in sorting out property division, alimony, child support and custody and all other agreements.
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.
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.
Texas is considered one of the friendlier states when it comes to adoptive parents. This may be in part because we have so many children in our state in the foster system to begin with.
Parents that wish to adopt a child should not give up when faced with various bureaucratic obstacles that make the process sometimes seem so daunting. A small town in Texas with a population of no more than 700 people has adopted 76 foster children in recent years.
A website has released online various divorce videos applicable to the state of Texas. Individuals may try to take advantage of such materials as a possible cost savings measure when one is filing for divorce. The reason materials are now being made available is reportedly due to the high rate of divorce in Texas.
Sometimes, if a military parent is deployed, or even has a chance of being deployed, it can be enough to sway a judge's opinion of what is in the best interest of a child when determining custody arrangements and parenting plans.