How to change the support order after a divorce is final

When you get a divorce in Texas, most of the time there will be children involved. While property division due to a divorce is not able to be changed after the divorce is final, custody and support can be adjusted to better meet the needs of the chil...

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What does Texas law say about child custody?

Child custody issues often come up when you are getting a divorce. Many times, the negotiation phase can be fraught with emotions and can be upsetting. You want what is best for your child and so does the court system in Texas. Sometimes, the law can...

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Financial illiteracy can hinder a fair divorce settlement

When Tarrant and Denton County couples marry, spouses anticipate staying together for life. No one can be faulted for entering something as important as marriage with a positive attitude. However, most adults are aware a significant number of couples...

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Child relocation: How an attorney can help

After returning your children to your ex after a visitation, she informs you that she's planning on moving and taking the kids with her. Or maybe you receive an official written notice in the mail. No matter how you are given the news that your child...

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