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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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How to Establish Paternity in Texas

How to Establish Paternity in Texas

When a married couple has a child, even without properly establishing paternity , people will automatically assume that the husband is the father. In order for that thought to be legally changed at court, ample evidence is necessary. It’s different when an unmarried couple has a child, it is often necessary for one parent to […]

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Tips for Planning Holiday Visitation with Your Child

Tips for Planning Holiday Visitation with Your Child

It’s almost that time of the year again. The holiday season’s about to roll in again. That means a lot of free time for the kids. For some people, that also means holiday visitation time’s about to come. If you’re one of those people, chances are you still might be figuring out what to do. […]

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Discovering Your Child Suffered Sex Abuse from Your Spouse

Discovering Your Child Suffered Sex Abuse from Your Spouse

Things that have to do with any kind of abuse are hard to deal with, most especially sexual abuse. Things only get harder if you find out that the abuser is your spouse and that the victim is your child. But as much as it might sound like a situation that’s hard to accept, these […]

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Is My Divorce Public?

Is My Divorce Public?

Publicity can be good or bad. It just depends on the situation. If you achieve something incredible, for example, a little publicity about that achievement of yours won’t hurt. But when it comes to more personal matters such as your divorce, it’s different. Your divorce is part of your private life, after all. But since […]

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How to Start a Divorce in Texas

How to Start a Divorce in Texas

  When you are trying to file for divorce in a Texas Family court, for sure there will be a lot of things that you would be considering. You will be anxious about what you need to do before you divorce your spouse and how you should prepare for it. Even if you know exactly […]

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Should I Divorce a Spouse Drowning in Debt?

Should I Divorce a Spouse Drowning in Debt?

Working through a marriage takes a lot of work. You’ll need to learn how to live together with someone, work out your differences and problems, and learn how to support each other among other things. Part of the several things you’ll need to work together on would be your finances. Since you’re now living together, […]

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How to Keep Your Role as a Father to Your Kids After Divorce When You Are a Non-Custodial Parent

How to Keep Your Role as a Father to Your Kids After Divorce When You Are a Non-Custodial Parent

You recently got divorced. Your ex-partner has custody over your kids. Now, you’re living on your own or at least living apart from them. Does this sound familiar? If it does, chances are you might be worrying about how you can still be a father to your children. Well, as much as this is a […]

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What to Expect in Texas Divorce Court

What to Expect in Texas Divorce Court

The things that you have to expect in family law courts in Texas could be one of the things you are concerned about. If you have just filed for divorce or recently started a child custody case, you would surely have a lot of questions about how things go in the family courts in Texas. […]

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Does my Ex-Spouse and His New Wife have the Right to Adopt My Child?

Does my Ex-Spouse and His New Wife have the Right to Adopt My Child?

After the divorce has been declared final, the two ex-spouses have to face their new lives. They have to live with the terms of the divorce. This includes matters on child custody , visitation rights, child support, and alimony.  There is a big possibility that one or both ex-spouses will remarry. This should not be […]

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