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The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents

The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents

When you are getting a divorce , establishing the rights and duties of Texas parents before the divorce is finalized is a must. It is also important to pay attention to the parenting plan that will be included in your final divorce decree. The parenting plan will include many things such as a guide to […]

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To My Ex-Spouse, With Love

To My Ex-Spouse, With Love

Let me just share to you an open letter of a friend (who wants to remain anonymous) to his ex-spouse. Dear ex-spouse, I know we’ve had our differences, but I’m proud of us for getting through this. They say nothing lasts forever, and I agree, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t be on good […]

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Survival Guide for Newly Divorced Single Parents

Survival Guide for Newly Divorced Single Parents

All parties involved in a divorce will have to make major adjustments. While the children will most likely be considered as the victims, the most challenging role belongs to the newly single parent who gains primary custody. Gaining custody is a major victory for the parent, but he/she must also be prepared for the challenges […]

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How to Change Your Name after Your Divorce in Texas

How to Change Your Name after Your Divorce in Texas

Do you know that you can change your name after your divorce ? A lot of people who have been through a divorce often seek the help of an attorney to change their name after the divorce has been finalized. It is not so difficult to do, but there are certain processes and guidelines that […]

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Texas Geographic Restrictions for Support and Custody Cases

Texas Geographic Restrictions for Support and Custody Cases

Divorce is hardly ever a pleasant proceeding. Unfortunately, some situations offer no other recourse than for the law to step in. Texas established geographical restrictions for child support ensuring the child welfare and the equitable behavior of the estranged parents. Geographic Restrictions Defined In the aftermath of a divorce, the main concern of the State […]

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Keeping Your Child’s Spirituality After a Divorce

Keeping Your Child’s Spirituality After a Divorce

Divorce is not only difficult for the couples involved, but also for the kids. This life-changing event can affect them greatly as they get older. This also includes their beliefs on the sanctity of marriage. If your family subscribes to Christian or Catholic beliefs, then you were most likely taught that marriage is sacred and […]

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Why You Should Hire a Divorce Attorney

Why You Should Hire a Divorce Attorney

Austin divorce attorney Janet McCullar of McCullar Gilbreath is the author of a new article that was recently published on Divorcemag.com. The article, entitled “Five Reasons to Hire a Divorce Attorney ,” discusses why it is absolutely necessary to hire an experienced divorce attorney if your divorce or custody case is headed to court. Here’s […]

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A Comprehensive Guide to Parenting After Your Divorce

A Comprehensive Guide to Parenting After Your Divorce

Parenting after your divorce can undoubtedly be stressful. There are changes that you’ve never dreamed you’d ever have to deal with but now you are expected to deal with them one by one. Life after divorce without kids is difficult enough but the adjustments you’d have to face when you have kids is even worse. […]

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Guidelines on Changing Your Name in Texas

Guidelines on Changing Your Name in Texas

Change is the only constant in life. In some cases, the extent of these changes requires a person to change his or her name. If you want to change your name, the State of Texas has guidelines governing this procedure. There are procedures to follow and documents required. Reasons for Changing Your Name There are […]

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The Importance of Filing a Texas Divorce First

The Importance of Filing a Texas Divorce First

A lot of spouses who are going through divorce are concerned about who should file the divorce case first. This is because they think that the course of the case might not be favorable to them if the other spouse beats them in filing first. Generally, this does not apply when divorce lawyers are representing […]

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