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Eggleston Law Firm, PC
Physical and legal custody differ in important ways. Physical custody refers to where the children primarily reside. Legal custody means that a parent has the right to make important decisions regarding the children such as where to enroll them at school and which doctor they will see for illnesses. Parents in Texas who file for...
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Many people who go through a divorce feel like their spouse has changed from the person they once knew into someone who likes to argue and will not agree on anything. This can make trying to negotiate a parenting plan or a settlement agreement a frustrating or even impossible process. Hiring an experienced family lawyer...
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Child support may be awarded by the court after a divorce. These funds are designed to help the custodial parent cover the cost of raising a child. When you feel as though the child support payments need to be modified, there is a legal way to do this. According to the United States Census Bureau,...
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Coming to the conclusion that it isn’t possible to save your marriage is never an easy one. When you and your spouse have decided divorce is your only option, there are many things to consider. One of them involves division of property. If you live in Texas, you should know about the state’s property division...
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Individuals with pending divorces or child custody cases in Texas would do well to familiarize themselves with the term conservatorship in Texas. While it is always a good idea to secure a skilled and competent attorney, this does not negate the necessity to learn as much as possible about the issue. What is conservatorship? Conservatorship...
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Going through a divorce is almost never easy, but it’s important to know that many people don’t give up on the institution of marriage altogether. People remarry after divorce and start a new family. In fact, although about 50% of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce, close to 80%of people who have gotten divorced...
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Adultery is one of the biggest issues in marriages throughout the United States. It leads to divorces faster than many other problems that affect couples. Adultery occurs when a person has an ongoing affair or cheats on their spouse on a short-term basis. In the state of Texas, there are certain laws pertaining to adultery....
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Each year thousands of parents fail to pay child support in the state of Texas. Parents are put in a difficult situation, but it is the children who ultimately suffer. It is important for both parents to take part in supporting the children. This is why child support enforcement has to be done to ensure...
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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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