It’s Not Your Parents’ Custody Agreement

Parents are becoming increasingly creative with their child custody agreements. They believe that the usual practice of awarding primary custody to one parent and visitation to the other could be harmful to a child. The goal of non-standard custody a...

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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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What factors play into dividing community property?

Life continues to change long after a divorce is final, and, in some cases, these circumstances could necessitate a change to an existing divorce order. In Texas, there may be some aspects of your divorce order that are eligible for modification, but...

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3 things to know about grandparent visitation rights in Texas

As Bob Dylan once said, "The times, they are a changin'." This is true in many ways, but perhaps the most apparent is the evolution of the current family structure.The standard nuclear family composed of a father working outside the home to provi...

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Post divorce tip: Set kids up for successful return to school

School is just around the corner. Kids and parents alike are excited for that first day. Some are excited to meet a new teacher, new friends and maybe even start at a new school. Apprehension is likely mixed in with this excitement, but parents that ...

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Child custody can be smooth and easy

Child custody is usually a big issue in a divorce. Both of you want to ensure that you can have a close relationship with your children and that means that an arrangement needs to be made with someone you may not trust completely anymore. It isn't th...

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