Social Media in Divorce: Everyone Is Watching

Divorce on Facebook Social media has become ever-present in many people’s lives. Facebook, Twitter, and even YouTube channels have changed the way we distribute and consume information. The social media revolution has had both positive and negativ...

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Tips for Co-Parenting in Challenging Situations

Co-Parenting While parents may decide they no longer want to have a relationship with each other, in the vast majority of situations they both want to play a role in the lives of their children. Trying to define the nature and extent of that role—...

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Be proactive to avoid a custody dispute ruining your vacation

Co-parenting is not something you can always do by the book. The dynamics of each Texas family differ, and could be particularly complicated in the event of a divorce. Even if you and the other parent have a visitation or parenting plan that works fo...

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How can I file a petition for sole custody?

Family law courts have mostly moved away from awarding one parent in a divorce sole or full custody of a child. While the importance of both parents spending equal amounts of time with their children is recognized, exceptions do exist. If you are goi...

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How to ensure your child receives your full support

Times are tough for many Texas residents, and none more so than divorced couples who have to cope with the expenses of two separate households, often with no more money than what they had when they were married. Sometimes, noncustodial parents strugg...

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