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Is there right timing to tell children about parent divorce?
Is there a recommended time when children should the truth about parent divorce? This has been the toughest hurdle especially with couples working on divorce. No parent wants to do anything intentionally that could harm their child. But unfortunately, you must sometimes make decisions that lead to this, anyway. When you are going through a...
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Spousal support rights have been enshrined in Texas statutory laws governing spousal support and maintenance after the occurrence of divorce. Divorcing couples may enter into a mutual agreement in which one person pays the other to help with living expenses. Texas courts refer to this type of support as “contractual alimony.” If divorcing couples cannot...
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Most parents who are facing divorce want to make it as easy on their children as possible. Unless abuse is a factor, it is generally better to have both parents involved in the children’s lives. Co-parenting may seem daunting, however, especially in the beginning. There are things that parents can do to help make the...
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After a divorce has occurred pet custodian can be agreed amicably between divorcee or the court can assist to identify the ideal person to keep the pets. In millions of households across the United States and Texas, humans consider pets part of the family. However, it is important to realize that in Texas law, the...
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Child custody modification occurs when the interest of the children are at risk and need to be protected. The risk could be from abuse from the other parent or the custodian parent is often away from the kids etc. Going through a divorce involves many difficult matters, including who is going to have custody of...
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The reason to Establish parentage in Texas is an essential step in protecting your parental rights. Traditionally, state law names this process “paternity,” but same-sex couples may also seek to establish parentage under the law. Reasons to establishing parentage Not only does parentage ensure that you have a right to custody and visitation in the...
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While some costs are common to all children, your child may have some unique expenses that could make it difficult for you to keep up if the judge only awards you the standard amount of child support. Lawmakers anticipated this would be true in some situations, so they added more to the law regarding child...
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In a community property state, the property that spouses share gets split down the middle. The Texas Family Code includes regulations governing separate property, or that which you own independently of your spouse, as it relates to the division of your assets. If you and your spouse are planning to divorce in Texas, you may...
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When you and your spouse are working through the details of your divorce settlement, you may likely have to assign responsibility for shared ex’s debts. From vehicle loans or leases to credit card debt and more, most married couples have some amount of joint debt. By relying solely on the terms of your divorce decree...
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Child custody can be one of the most contentious issues to arise during your divorce. The courts use the child’s best interests as the principle guiding and informing all such decisions, but what does that really mean? Each individual judge may have his or her own personal definition of what the best interests may be....
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