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August 2018
When couples divorce in the state of Texas, the judge will often order the non-custodial parent to pay child support. Child support payments can vary wildly. How much is paid, is often based on the paying party’s income. While the amount of payments is usually at the judge’s discretion, the Texas legislature created how a...
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  Spousal maintenance modification can sometimes happen if one of the spouse who is custodian of the children have gotten a job or if the contributing spouse of alimony cant afford any more. Family systems and dynamics can be incredibly varied. However, it’s not too unusual for one spouse to be the main breadwinner while...
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Getting full custody of a child is an important goal for many separated parents. The reasons for this are all different and diverse. A custody case will likely place an emotional strain on people too. To reduce that strain, there are a few things that can be done. The first is to formulate a strong...
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