Sisemore Law Firm, P.C.’s Blog

Maintaining the privacy and security of personal information is an important consideration during a divorce. Whether you want to prevent your spouse from reading emails from your divorce lawyer or hope to keep your dirty laundry out of the public eye, consider the following steps to beef up your privacy protection. Step 1: Hire a divorce attorney who is vigilant about privacy. Next to yourself,...
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At the Sisemore Law Firm in Fort Worth, we often hear clients say, “My Texas divorce and child custody case will be a simple one.” For some, this may be wishful thinking, after all, divorces typically cost less when they’re resolved quickly. Others may assume they can wrap up their divorce pronto because minimal assets are involved, say a house, a retirement account and a...
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When we speak with parents about child custody, our clients often say the other parent is a narcissist or that a parent’s personality disorder poses a danger to their child. While mental health issues can affect child custody and visitation orders in Tarrant County, proving they exist isn’t necessarily easy. If you’re concerned the other parent’s narcissism or personality disorder may put your child at...
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At the Sisemore Law Firm, one of the big goals we try to achieve when negotiating child custody agreements is to put orders in place that will minimize the likelihood of a future custody modification in Texas. Believe it or not, we don’t want repeat business. We want to help clients get things right the first time around. Unfortunately, frequent high conflict custody exchanges lead...
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You’ve probably heard the quote: “Nothing is certain except for death and taxes.” Sure, we all know we’re going to die some day, but what many people don’t consider is how the unexpected death of a custodial parent could affect child custody, divorce and grandparents’ rights. If you’re concerned about custody of a child and the assets and benefits they will receive following a custodial...
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Phone calls, text messages and email – using these forms of technology to communicate with your child is all the rage these days. Especially when you and your child don’t live in the same household anymore because of divorce. For parents in the Lone Star State, the use of virtual visitation  can be included as part of their child custody arrangements, allowing them to be...
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