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Splitting Holidays in Divorce

Published on Nov 19, 2018  |  in child custody,divorce

Divorced parents who share custody of their children generally develop visitation or custody arrangements in the best interests of the children. The court has a duty to rule in favor of the children’s best interests in any divorce case. Some parents live close enough that they can share custody with a regular schedule with relative
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Post-Divorce Checklist

Published on Sep 19, 2018  |  in divorce

Even if you believe your ex-spouse wouldn’t do anything to take advantage of you after your divorce, it is always best to protect yourself, your financial assets, and your personal property after a divorce. Dividing your assets with an ex-spouse can be a stressful ordeal. When you start severing those ties and truly separating your
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Signs It May Be Time to Call a Divorce Attorney

Published on Aug 16, 2018  |  in divorce

When most people get married, they’re choosing the person they want to spend the rest of their life with. However, not all marriages work out, and divorce may be necessary for many couples. A divorce is a big decision, though, and sometimes you feel like you should put in more effort to keep your marriage
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Can Substance Abuse Affect a Divorce Case in Texas?

Published on Aug 13, 2018  |  in divorce

Substance abuse of any kind can wreak havoc in a relationship. Marriages, especially ones where one spouse has an addiction and the other is sober, are especially prone to disruption. The sober spouse has to deal with his or her addicted partner’s frustrating and erratic behaviors, that can include a reckless use of the couple’s
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How to Change Jurisdiction in Child Custody Cases

Published on Jul 3, 2018  |  in child custody

Many Americans travel for work, relocate often, or generally want to start fresh after a divorce, which may entail moving to a different city or state. When it comes to child custody cases, parents should know what to expect when it comes to changing jurisdictions and their custody arrangement. Divorcing parents may decide to move
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