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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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How to Divide a Business in a Texas Divorce

How to Divide a Business in a Texas Divorce

How to Divide a Business in a Texas Divorce When couples divorce in Texas, spouses must divide their marital assets under Texas divorce law. However, spouses' marital assets can include business ownership interests, including interests in partnerships or sole...

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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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How Does Child Support Work in Texas?

How Does Child Support Work in Texas?

Divorce or separation can shake even the sturdiest relationships, but amidst these changes, your commitment to your children is paramount. From this perspective, child support is not merely a financial contribution; it’s an affirmation of your dedication to their...

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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 circumstances may require you to step in and...

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Who Gets the House in a Divorce in Texas?

Who Gets the House in a Divorce in Texas?

One of most couples' biggest questions when divorcing is, "Who gets the house?" Deciding what happens to your family home in divorce may depend on multiple factors. You may have the option to keep the house if you wish. But you should speak with a lawyer to fully...

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What Does Child Support in Texas Cover?

What Does Child Support in Texas Cover?

When parents separate or divorce, child support is an essential part of family law that looks out for the interests of the children involved. Child support regulations differ across states, including Texas. After a divorce or legal separation in Texas, the state has...

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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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How Long Does a Divorce Take in Texas?

How Long Does a Divorce Take in Texas?

Most couples in Texas hope to avoid a long, drawn-out legal battle once they agree to dissolve their vows, and we understand. Unfortunately, not every marriage lasts a lifetime, and divorce may be the best option if you and your spouse decide to part ways. We'll help...

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How Much is Child Support in Texas?

How Much is Child Support in Texas?

There are standard guidelines and calculators available to help you determine how much child support you are due to receive or are required to pay in Texas. Keep in mind that these are only guidelines and that there may be exceptions and modifications based on your...

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How to Get a Divorce in Texas

How to Get a Divorce in Texas

Is it true everything's bigger in Texas? The second-largest state in the U.S. is home to a 500-pound drum, a pair of 35-foot-tall boots, a 4,500-pound Dalmation-themed fire hydrant, and, of course, the State Fair's 52-foot-tall cowboy Big Tex. Unfortunately, there's...

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