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custody
Parents in Texas who file for divorce must make major decisions that will affect their children’s lives for years to come. Some parents decide to share joint custody of their children which means approximately equal parenting time and responsibilities. In cases where joint custody is not practical or possible, one parent will typically be awarded...
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Individuals with pending divorces or child custody cases in Texas would do well to familiarize themselves with the term conservatorship. 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 is the...
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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 to...
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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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Divorce is never a pleasant situation for anyone involved. Aside from the costs, time spent in litigation, court appearances, and separation of assets, divorce becomes even more stressful when the child visitation schedule is unfavourable due to your job. Custody battles are quite common in divorces. Both parents feel that they are the best guardian...
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