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Considering Couples Counseling

Considering Couples Counseling

Is it still worth it or is it time to let go and get a divorce? Here are some signs that maybe it’s a good idea to go counseling first.  You can usually talk it out If you and your partner rarely argues and can usually fix things with a conversation, it’s probably a good […]

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Summer Visitation for a Divorced Parent in Texas

Summer Visitation for a Divorced Parent in Texas

Many divorced parents have already come up with summer plans to spend with their children during that time. Exciting as it may, schedules for summer visitation tend to be confusing. The Texas Family Code provides some regulations. This article will talk about things to keep in mind when formulating a summer possession schedule.  Written Notice […]

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What a Lawyer Can and Cannot Do

What a Lawyer Can and Cannot Do

Before you call a lawyer, it’s important to be clear in your expectations. A lawyer can do a lot on your behalf, but he also has limitations.  Here are some of the things your lawyer can do for you: 1. Listen to you Your lawyer is someone who you can expect to listen. You can […]

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Some Bad Habits that Can Lead to Divorce

Some Bad Habits that Can Lead to Divorce

If you’ve ever been in a relationship that came to an end, you very well know that the reasons for the break up may not be so obvious. While it’s easy to put the blame on one person, it usually takes two to tango. It’s difficult to notice our own mistakes because it’s deeply ingrained […]

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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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The Pre-Trial of Texas Family Law Enforcement Cases

The Pre-Trial of Texas Family Law Enforcement Cases

In enforcement cases, contempt is almost always involved. Contempt is a situation wherein a person has disobeyed or has failed to observe the rules imposed by a court. There are consequences faced by those who acted in contempt of court. This article will tackle the different kinds of contempt in an enforcement case and the […]

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Texas Law Regarding Incest

Texas Law Regarding Incest

What is Incest? A relationship is incestuous if people related by blood or adoption are in an intimate, sexual relationship. Is it a Crime? Yes, it is. In the United States, incestuous relations are generally considered a crime that is punishable by law. Incestuous marriages are illegal in all the states of the United States. […]

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The Fate that Awaits Your Pet in a Texas Divorce

The Fate that Awaits Your Pet in a Texas Divorce

It goes without saying that a divorce comes with many considerations and if you have pets in a Texas divorce , you might be worried about their fate. One of the most devastating things that come along with divorce is separation. One parent would have to live separately from the children and the other spouse in […]

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How’s Divorce Looking in 2019?

How’s Divorce Looking in 2019?

Today, divorce is considered a basic human right. Married couples should ideally have the option to separate on the grounds of psychological incapacity, abuse of any form, and other plausible reasons. The Numbers In previous years, divorce rates were high. Around the world, there had been 5.5 divorces for every 1,000 married couples. This is […]

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How to Avoid Problems with CPS (DFPS)

How to Avoid Problems with CPS (DFPS)

I thought I would start off this blog with a bit of information on what types of things to watch out for that can get DFPS (Department of Family and Protective Services, the umbrella organization for CPS) involved in your life.  Most of the time, when people are looking up or contacting lawyers about their […]

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