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Category: Child Custody

Dealing with the New School Year After Your Divorce in Texas

Dealing with the New School Year After Your Divorce in Texas

Some divorce cases are fortunately finalized in summer where you can still have ample time to make the transition before the school year starts. However, no matter how much time you have set aside for the transition and preparation for the new school year, it can still be challenging and tough for everyone, especially the […]

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How to Be a Good Parent to a Young Child After a Divorce

How to Be a Good Parent to a Young Child After a Divorce

As a parent, getting divorced from your partner can definitely be a devastating experience for you. And if it’s already pretty devastating for you, imagine how much more devastating it might be for your child. For a young child, having your parents get a divorce could be a pretty confusing thing. And now that it’s […]

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How To Modify Your Final Divorce Decree

How To Modify Your Final Divorce Decree

For those who are going through a divorce , the final divorce decree is something that you could feel anxious about or something you are looking forward to. It indeed takes a lot of time and effort to achieve the Final Divorce Decree. In most cases, it also takes lots of heartaches and stress. For […]

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Mediated Settlement Agreements in Texas

Mediated Settlement Agreements in Texas

When you have decided to file for divorce, it does not always proceed to a court case. You have the option to attend mediation or the judge can order you to undergo mediation proceedings. There are actually many benefits to mediation. It will save both parties time, money and the tension of a court battle. […]

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What to Do When Your Ex-Spouse Can No Longer Pay Child Support

What to Do When Your Ex-Spouse Can No Longer Pay Child Support

Raising a child is a rather hard task on its own. You can only imagine how much harder it gets if you have to do it on your own. That’s why you’ll need all the help you can get, including child support. There’s just so much you’ll have to spend to raise your child, after […]

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Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting hacks are definitely needed when you deal with your child after your divorce . We all know that the strongest impact and blows from the divorce end up on the children. The divorce will completely change your child’s life and their views of the world. It will also change the way they spend time […]

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Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Divorce hearings are complicated. Exchanges can lead to some unpleasant revelations. Some divorces, however, arise from a mutual agreement that the marriage is not working out. These cases are usually concerned with ironing out details.  However, there are cases where one party hurls a serious accusation towards the other party. These cases can lead to […]

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How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

How to Use a Bill of Review for Family Law in Texas

First and foremost, what is a bill of review? Basically, a bill of review is a method to secure a new trial after the initial trial has ended. For instance, if you had a case in Texas and you were not satisfied with the result, you have the option to seek means to get a […]

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Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

  What do you need to know about Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case? If you and your spouse have been divorced for quite a while, you are likely to enjoy split custody privileges and have been co-parenting your child equally. If you haven’t encountered any problems, it is safe to say that you […]

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Presumption of Death in Texas

Presumption of Death in Texas

When a person suddenly disappears from society and stays that way for some time, it will surely be alarming. There are times when people become untraceable and unreachable. In those cases, filing missing person report might not be enough. Here is where the term presumption of death comes in. Despite no clear or direct evidence […]

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