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Category: Parenting

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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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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Best Parenting Apps You Need in 2019

Best Parenting Apps You Need in 2019

We’re practically surrounded by technology. In almost every aspect of our everyday lives, we at least have one interaction with some form of technology. There’s no avoiding it. Since technology is at our fingertips, it’s only natural that we make use of it to help better our lives. Instead of shying away from it, you […]

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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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When a Family Law Case Involves a Child With Special Needs

When a Family Law Case Involves a Child With Special Needs

When you are a family with a child with special needs, you must have experienced firsthand how challenging it can be. However, not everything is a challenge: there are a variety of opportunities too. Your child with special needs will be loved and cared for and mostly, the only differences you have to experience involve […]

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Divorce Rate Plunges to New 35 Year Low

Divorce Rate Plunges to New 35 Year Low

US Divorce Rate Continues to Decline In a bit of positive news, the US divorce rate has continued its steady decline over the past few years to reach a new 35 year low. Its easy to jump to conclusions in regards to this data, as there are many different contributing factors, but it is an extremely […]

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How to Explain Your Divorce to Your Kids

How to Explain Your Divorce to Your Kids

The kids are, very much often, the top priority of the family. In times of family trials, like divorce, the most difficult part is dealing with the children. A lot of emotional stress will be involved, which may lead to a problematic child. They can get rebellious and angry. They may come to a point […]

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Staying for the Sake of the Kids

Staying for the Sake of the Kids

There are many couples who only stay married because of their children. The effects of divorce on children are widely known. It can cause distress, anxiety, and even depression to the kids. Even if the marriage no longer works out, many loving parents choose their children first. Let’s try and navigate the two scenarios: Staying […]

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Religious Disputes Between Parents

Religious Disputes Between Parents

In this day and age, there are now more couples with different religious beliefs that are getting married. However, the downside is deciding which beliefs their children should follow. Yes, your child has the right to choose when he or she comes of age. However, parents have to decide for their children until then. The […]

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