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September 2018
Child support is a court order that can only be changed by another court order. The amount of child support to be paid is based on a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s income as determined by the state’s child support guidelines. The determination of the amount of child support to be paid can be a...
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  Grounds for filing a divorce varies spouse can either decided to file as fault divorce and state reasons or just file as no fault divorce which means irreconcilable differences and not further explanations. Married couples who are seeking a divorce in the state of Texas have two options for getting that divorce. A spouse...
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Family law cases tend to be some of the most lengthy because both parties are so emotionally charged throughout the proceedings. Here are just a few of the reasons professional family lawyer can help you to reach a resolution in less time. The Benefits of Total Objectivity According to the American Psychological Association, between forty...
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  In the state of Texas, child custody is referred to as “conservatorship.” The family court refers to each parent as a conservator instead of a custodian. The term conservatorship essentially describes a parent’s legal rights and responsibilities regarding the child. During a custody hearing, the judge decides the terms when the parents are unable...
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