Questions to Ask Yourself Before Seeking a Divorce

If you are considering a divorce, try to take good care of yourself. You’ll need to keep a clear head, so you can make the best decisions possible about your future. No one reaches this decision lightly and without losing a lot of sleep in the proc...

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Top Reasons to Request A 
Custody & Visitation Schedule Change

Unforeseeable changes in your life or your children’s lives can lead you to ask the court to modify the custody and visitation schedule. Keep in mind that, just as during the creation of your initial order, the best interests of your children will ...

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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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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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What are the benefits of virtual visitation?

Virtual visitation is becoming more popular with each passing year. In the future, this could change the way children and their parents communicate.At the name suggests, virtual visitation allows a child and parent to stay in touch, all without v...

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Divorce, children, and visitation

There is nothing simple about divorce with children. While this is sure to place stress on the parents, it is important that any children remain stable at all times. Fortunately, most parents understand that this is more important than anything else....

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Parental visitation questions to answer

Child custody issues are not simple to deal with. Both parents will have their idea of what should happen, but the court is the one that gets the final say.Before we go any further, remember this: The best interest of the child should be most imp...

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