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Will a New Texas Law Eliminate Adoptions for Non-Christians and LGBT Families?

  • calendar_iconJuly 24, 2017
  • pen_iconPosted by jennifer long
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Although Texas currently has hundreds of thousands of children living in foster or adoptive care, the recent enactment of a law designed to shield child welfare providers, those who deny services due to their religious beliefs, may significantly […]

How Can a Failure to Pay Child Support Impact Your Vehicle Registration?

  • calendar_iconJune 17, 2017
  • pen_iconPosted by jennifer long
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Whether you haven't always received the child support payments to which you're entitled or you've fallen behind on payments yourself, you're not alone--only about half of all divorced or separated parents have a formal child support order in place, a[…]

What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Mean for Public Personalities Fighting for Custody?

  • calendar_iconMay 08, 2017
  • pen_iconPosted by jennifer long
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Even if you try to avoid political news, you may have heard about the custody trial (and travails) of ultra-conservative radio host Alex Jones, who was recently stripped of his rights to his children by a Texas jury. While Jones contended that man[…]

Could Presumptive Equal Custody for Fathers Be Coming to Texas?

  • calendar_iconApril 21, 2017
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Making the decision to divorce your spouse can be one of the hardest of a lifetime – especially when you still have minor children at home. For fathers worried about their ability to maintain a physical and emotional relationship with their childre[…]

What Can You Do About Missed Child Support Payments?

  • calendar_iconMarch 06, 2017
  • pen_iconPosted by jennifer long
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While divorce is often a complicated process, it becomes even more so when children are involved. Most parents wish to retain custody of their children, but often in divorce rulings, there is assigned a custodial parent and a non-custodial parent. Ho[…]

What Happens to the Family Home in a Divorce?

  • calendar_iconNovember 15, 2016
  • pen_iconPosted by jennifer long
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For most couples, the family home represents the largest investment and largest asset – so what happens to it when you divorce? There are a few factors that can determine who ends up with the family home in a Texas divorce. Texas is a community[…]

Splitting Up the Kids in a Custody Case

  • calendar_iconAugust 02, 2016
  • pen_iconPosted by frontdesk
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When you are involved in divorce proceedings where children are involved, it’s going to be a difficult time for the children, and any final outcome will be a big adjustment. This is especially true when you have multiple children together. Many t[…]

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Top 7 Texas Family Laws That Were Effective September 1, 2015

  • calendar_iconMay 18, 2016
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As 2015 rolled to a close, the Texas legislature was busy making bills that directly affect family law. The changes to various provisions of the Texas Family Code could potentially affect a wide range of people and the legal activities as they pe[…]

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