Month

May 2015
As most residents of Texas know, one of a parent’s greatest fears is the discovery that their child is missing, or that they cannot have access to them for one reason or another. Sadly, it is something that parents across the United States face every year, many of them fighting prolonged battles to regain custody...
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Here’s the most obvious statement of the decade:  credit card companies make a lot of money. And they do it by charging late fees and interest when their card holders don’t pay off their balance every month. But cardholders know what they’re getting into so they have no one to blame but themselves, right? Not...
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In the course of a divorce, a judge can decide whether the soon-to-be-former spouse will be required to pay spousal support and, if so, how much he or she will have to pay. With the changing dynamic of the working family, alimony payments aren’t as prevalent as they were in the past, but they are...
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Texas parents who are contemplating a divorce may be interested in a recently-published study that was conducted in Sweden. Researchers looked at a group of children of the ages of 12 and 15 to see if their living arrangements had any bearing on the incidence of psychosomatic illnesses such as nausea and dizziness that may...
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