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The Importance of Obtaining Full Custody During Divorce

The Importance of Obtaining Full Custody During Divorce

Understanding the Process The process of obtaining child custody in Texas can really be an arduous and perplexing task. Many parents think that they can just explain to a judge why he or she should be granted full custody. However, the process is much more than just that. The judge can even decide on not […]

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When You Should Cut Off Your Ex

When You Should Cut Off Your Ex

Getting through a break up can be tough. Residual feelings can make it especially hard for you to move on as your mind may still be stuck in the memories of your relationship. And though reminiscing is good, it’ll only do you more harm than good if you’re doing it fresh from a breakup. After […]

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Life Insurance in a Divorce Settlement

Life Insurance in a Divorce Settlement

Divorce is probably the last thing on your mind on your wedding day. There is the talk of “forever” and “for better or worse,” and even just a thought of the marriage not working would be unacceptable. After the wedding bliss wears off, the reality of marriage sets in. The truth is, over 40% of […]

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Losing Friends Due to a Divorce

Losing Friends Due to a Divorce

Divorces can affect more than just your relationship with your spouse and, to a certain extent, their family. Sometimes you can also end up losing friends because of a divorce. Whether you’ve just gone through a divorce or are still going through it, there’s a chance that something like this might happen. If you feel […]

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#MeToo Effect on Marriages

#MeToo Effect on Marriages

The rise of the #MeToo movement has brought sexual abuse and harassment incidents into the light of the day. It has now penetrated the cloak of marriage. High profile husbands were even exposed. More Attention for Wives Exposure to celebrity husbands’ sexual abuse is a milestone. Especially since they were previously untouchables. Advocates of the […]

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Enforcing Divorce and Custody Orders

Enforcing Divorce and Custody Orders

In this post, I will try to help you understand a bit more about judicial orders pertaining to Custody and Property Division. These are orders issued by the court after a hearing that you and your ex-spouse must comply with. Orders are normally issued after a hearing but temporary orders may be issued during the […]

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5 Things You Learn from a Custody Battle

5 Things You Learn from a Custody Battle

Custody battles can get very bloody sometimes. They are called battles after all. And just like any battle, this kind will really test you and even push you to the limit sometimes. But you have to remember to keep on keeping on as these things go along because you’re not only fighting for your child, […]

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What to Do When You Are Served With Divorce Papers

What to Do When You Are Served With Divorce Papers

  You could have been talking with your spouse about getting a divorce or you could be totally in the dark when you receive your divorce papers from a law enforcement officer. Whatever your level of awareness is, getting served your divorce papers can be a quite unnerving experience. You will basically be notified that […]

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How to Convince Yourself to Stop Stalking Your Ex

How to Convince Yourself to Stop Stalking Your Ex

Moving on after a divorce can be really hard. Residual feelings might make it hard for you to stop thinking about your ex, and this might even lead you to stalk them on social media. If you find yourself doing this, it might only really do more harm than good. If you seem to relate […]

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How to Keep Your Role as a Mother to Your Kids After Divorce when You are a Non-custodial Parent

How to Keep Your Role as a Mother to Your Kids After Divorce when You are a Non-custodial Parent

One of the biggest issues to resolve in a divorce is custody of the children. There is a common notion or expectation that the mother gets custody. That is unless it is subsequently proven that she is unfit or unqualified. This is not accurate.  The actual statute of the law is that custody of the […]

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