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process of visitation rights for military child custody
Military Child Custody Explained Military child custody issues can pose challenges for civilians and service members. How is child custody and support handled when a military parent has sole custody or shares joint physical custody and is transferred, deployed or returns home? We address your questions about Texas military child custody and military relocation and child custody here.  How does custody work if one parent is in the...
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Can divorced parents live together Exploring Legal Boundaries
Tips for co parenting in the same house As a family law attorney, I talk with clients every day about custody and visitation options for kids when parents decide to split. When it comes to co parenting after divorce, continuing to live together isn’t for everybody but it does work for some exes. The question is: Does being divorced or separated but living together with...
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How To Change A Court Order For Child Custody Legal Advice
When parents share custody, it isn’t unusual for one parent or the other to request changes to their custody orders at some point in time. The modification of parenting plan arrangements often makes sense as a child gets older and their needs change. The parents’ lives, careers and financial circumstances can also change over time, which may warrant a modification of child custody or child...
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Conflict Of Interest Family Members Working Together
I may be a divorce attorney by day (well, sometimes all hours of the day), but I am also a business owner who has worked with family members, both in the past and present. In my “day job,” issues pertaining to family businesses and divorce frequently come up and questions regarding conflict of interest family members working together and nepotism policies do arise, such as:...
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Army Divorce Regulations: Getting a Divorce in the Military
There’s no shortage of curiosity about statistics related to divorce. Members of the military and their spouses often experience unique circumstances compared to civilians, which can put added pressure on military couples and increase the likelihood of divorce. That being said, the military divorce rate isn’t the highest among occupations in the U.S., and many of the factors that contribute to military divorce are similar...
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What is the purpose of child support
Why does child support exist? In the state of Texas, and most states in general, both parents have a legal obligation and duty to financially support their children when those children are in their care. Questions of child support and who pays child support arise when parents get divorced or an unmarried couple breaks up after having a child together. From a legal perspective, the...
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process of visitation rights for military child custody
How Does Custody Work If One Parent Is in The Military in Texas
June 6, 2024
Can divorced parents live together Exploring Legal Boundaries
Can divorced parents live together? Exploring Legal Boundaries
May 30, 2024
How To Change A Court Order For Child Custody Legal Advice
How To Change A Court Order For Child Custody: Legal Advice
May 27, 2024

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