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Chances of a Father Getting 50/50 Custody in Texas

Chances of a Father Getting 50/50 Custody in Texas

Chances of a Father Getting 50/50 Custody in Texas As a divorced parent, navigating custody arrangements can be complex and emotionally charged. In Texas, like in many other states, custody arrangements are designed to prioritize the child’s best interests while also...

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Tips for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

Tips for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

Co-parenting can present unique challenges for families, especially when parents aren’t on the same page. When one parent exhibits signs of a narcissistic personality, the challenges become even more significant. Those who have a narcissistic personality disorder tend...

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Can A Child Choose Which Parent To Live With In Texas?

Can A Child Choose Which Parent To Live With In Texas?

Divorce is hard for everyone, and the process can become even more emotional or contentious when children are involved. One of the first questions divorcing parents ask our family law attorneys is, “Can a child choose which parent to live with?” It’s understandable...

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Grounds for Full Custody of a Child in Texas

Grounds for Full Custody of a Child in Texas

Grounds for Full Custody of a Child in Texas Divorce impacts everyone, especially children. As a parent, you want to do what’s best for your child so they can grow and thrive. Although children benefit from building relationships with both their parents, certain...

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Taxes & Split Custody: Who Claims the Child?

Taxes & Split Custody: Who Claims the Child?

Divorce can take an emotional toll as you and your spouse adjust to a new normal after your union ends. But dealing with the aftermath of your changing circumstances requires calmly and carefully making decisions. You may have to address the legal considerations...

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Navigating Your Child Custody Case

If you are a parent going through a divorce or child custody matter, you know the situation is incredibly emotional and stressful. You may have concerns about your child's future, and you might worry about losing the time you get to spend with them. You might be...

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How a court decides a child’s best interest

Texas physical custody cases often wind up hinging about the child’s best interest, which is a legal term that carries a lot of weight. The child’s best interests could be widely varied, but the court generally boils it down to three elements. Those are the child’s...

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The different types of child custody in Texas

When issues arise within a family that lead to the separation of both parents, it can place any child in a tough position. This will often lead to a child custody case. A common misconception regarding child custody is that there is only one outcome with the child...

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When your child wants to live with the other parent

When a Texas child wants to change residences between their parents' homes, it can be a difficult conversation between the child and parent. The parent needs to be extremely careful not to make the situation worse when having this conversation. However, if they have...

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Working out a co-parenting plan

Many divorcing couples see divorce as the end of their relationship, but when small children are involved, it is more about redefining the relationship as co-parents. Parenting can be hard, and co-parenting after divorce is no easier, but as long as parents keep the...

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