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When a couple divorces, one of the first things the parents consider is how this is going to affect the children. Separation is always a challenging time that leads to more questions than answers, but that is even more true for the children involved. In terms of deciding child custody, Texas law indicates a preference for parents to share custody of the children whenever it...

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When you and your former spouse proceed with a divorce, the court order usually clearly states the details about custody of your children, child support, and visitation rights. While the order clearly indicates the amount of support to be paid and when it is to be paid, some parents fail to follow through with their required child support. Texas laws have several ways that parents...

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If you are going through a divorce in Texas, you might be concerned about who gets the property. There really isn’t a definitive answer regarding the separation of property in a Texas divorce case. There are several questions that must be asked to help determine if it is joint property or if it is separate property. Texas law considers it to be separate property if...

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Many couples opt for prenuptial agreements to protect their assets after they are married. Moreover, while many couples view a prenuptial agreement as the be all, end all contract, the truth is that a prenup that is airtight and free from issues is very rare, and several things might cause a judge to overturn a prenuptial agreement. As far as prenuptial agreements go, there are...

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Nobody wants to have to go to court in order and speak with a judge about legal matters involving familiar problems or disputes, but in some instances, it may be a necessity. Family court is an area of law which decides on matters and renders judgments relating directly to families and children. These types of cases differ significantly from cases heard in general civil court...

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When most people consider their future with Mr. or Mrs. Perfect, they believe that they will be with their spouse for a lifetime. Unfortunately, divorce rates in the United States show us that many couples are mistaken in this assumption. While some people believe that even mentioning a prenuptial or premarital agreement is akin to signing a death warrant for their future marriage, that isn’t...

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If you find yourself in a situation related to family law, such as going through a divorce or dealing with child custody and visitation rights, then you will need the help of a family law attorney in Texas. There is no doubt that family law cases can be contentious and stressful for all parties involved, but a good family law attorney can help make the...

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People don’t normally enter a marriage with the idea that it will only last five, ten, or even twenty years. We usually enter a marriage hopeful and enthusiastic for what the future holds, and many couples declare that their marriage will be different and beat the statistics in terms of divorce rate. But marriage is difficult in a way that few of us are truly...

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Going through a separation or divorce can be one of the most difficult periods in the lives of many couples, but these circumstances become infinitely more challenging when children are involved and a custody battle ensues. If you hope to either retain or regain custody of your children following a divorce, then it is crucial that you familiarize yourself with the laws in Texas regarding...

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Filing for divorce is never an easy proposition. Even if you believe that you and your spouse will be able to part ways amicable, divorce has a way of bringing out the worst in our emotions, especially when hurt feelings and financial matters come into the mix. While emotions will always come into play, it is important that you don’t make this a snap decision,...

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