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Tips for Making Virtual Visitation Work for Your Family
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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Marriage may not be for you, but perhaps you and your partner still want to have children. It’s a common occurrence these days among adults, as many are putting off nuptials until they get older, or just aren’t interested in participating in the institution of marriage in general. But say, for example, that things just don’t work out between you and your significant other. And...
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Prenuptial agreement. This practice is most commonly associated with the super-rich. After all, they have a lot to lose (and gain) should their marriage disintegrate and end in divorce. Not anymore. Prenuptial agreements are becoming common practice among more couples as they enter into marriage. But what is causing this growing trend? One thought is that as the age that couples are getting married continues...
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As you begin the early stages of a divorce, you will likely be looking ahead at how it will impact your future financial picture, especially when it comes to retirement. However, when starting to construct your monetary outlook, keep in mind that you may have access to funds you hadn’t previously considered – social security benefits. Many people who have been through a divorce in...
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In Texas, child support is a fact of life for 1 in 4 children, according to stats from the Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Division (CSD). In 2016 alone, the CSD collected more than $4 billion in child support for 957,000 Texas families. That’s a lot! And because child support is such a far-reaching issue, at the Sisemore Law Firm we’re taking time this August...
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As part of your divorce, you and your ex were given a court-ordered arrangement, and a significant part of that decision was probably child support payments. Many parents are dependent on this money from their ex to help them provide for their child. So when the party who is responsible to make child support payments doesn’t pay, the result can often be a financial and...
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