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Paying for College Tuition with Your Ex-Spouse

Paying for College Tuition with Your Ex-Spouse

Finding out your child got accepted to a college can bring a lot things.  Joy, excitement, that proud feeling as a parent knowing that your child’s going places are some of the usual feelings you’d get.  Aside from that, one other thing that finding out that your child got into a college would be the […]

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How To Maximize Your Share of Your Marital Estate in a Texas Divorce

How To Maximize Your Share of Your Marital Estate in a Texas Divorce

 Getting a divorce is a serious step in life, and for sure you won’t be undergoing a Texas Divorce for no reason. There could be one big reason or a hundred little things that made you decide to embark on the process of getting a Texas divorce. It can be messy and complicated especially when […]

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Divorce And The Mediation Process

Divorce And The Mediation Process

Divorce can be a very long process and it is full of twists and turns.  It doesn’t help that there are a variety of different ways that you can go about the process.  One step that you might encounter in the process is mediation.  In today’s article, you will learn about the process of mediation […]

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Paternity and DNA Testing in Texas: What You Need to Know

Paternity and DNA Testing in Texas: What You Need to Know

It can be pretty horrible when you’re just minding your own business and you suddenly receive a letter from the Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Division, demanding that you pay thousands of dollars in child support. It would feel as if your world has turned upside down in a matter of seconds. To make it […]

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What is Paternity?

What is Paternity?

There are times that when a couple is not married but have children, the child will not have an acknowledged legal father. This is because Paternity is not yet established. In the eyes of the law, Paternity should be established in order for a child to have a legal father, even without the child’s parents […]

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How to File a Support Order in Texas

How to File a Support Order in Texas

Child support is the continuous payment made periodically by a parent for the benefit of the child. Different states provide different ways under their law on how to apply for a child support order. In Texas, the process of child support can overwhelm someone who does not have any idea what to expect. Being able […]

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Responsibilities of the Custodial Parent

Responsibilities of the Custodial Parent

A custodial parent is the one who has the sole physical custody of the child or the one with whom the child lives with for the most part. Custodial parenting involves a lot of responsibility which is just similar to any other aspect of being a dad or mom. Even if the parents of the […]

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What is a Summary Judgment in Texas?

What is a Summary Judgment in Texas?

A summary judgment is when a court disposes a case either because the party who filed the lawsuit or the petitioner does not have enough evidence to win the case or because a responding party or the respondent does not have a clear and proper defense to the allegations brought against him or her by […]

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Focusing on Your Child’s Best Interests

Focusing on Your Child’s Best Interests

Your child’s best interests will always be a key point in your divorce and child custody cases. As you are well aware, your child feels the impact of the divorce even more than you do. It’s really a sad reality that you have to accept and deal with properly. You and your spouse can have […]

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Responsibilities of the Non-Custodial Parent

Responsibilities of the Non-Custodial Parent

A non-custodial parent is the one who does not have primary physical custody over his or her children. However, it is possible for a non-custodial parent to have legal custody, even though he or she lacks physical custody of the children. Many non-custodial parents are actively involved in the lives of their children and they […]

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