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December 2016
If you’re living in Collin County and you want to get divorced, do you have to file in the county, or can you file anywhere that you’d like? While you don’t have to file in a specific county, it is best to file in the state in which you live. If you just moved to...
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Wondering if you and your spouse are getting closer to a divorce? One thing to watch is how much you argue and what you argue about. Some experts note that couples have these arguments before taking the next step and splitting up: 1. One spouse feels that the other one has started to take him...
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Generally speaking, the court doesn’t want to give full custody to one parent or the other, cutting the second parent out. Courts would rather see both parents work together. However, this isn’t always possible. Below are a few key reasons that full custody may be used. — One parent is deemed to be unfit. If...
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Social media has largely been celebrated over the last decade. It’s a quick, easy way for people to communicate and connect. It allows them to share information at an incredible rate. Sharing pictures, videos and experiences has never been so common before. It also causes people to get divorced. A lot of it just stems...
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If the judge determined that you’d have reasonable visitation rights to see your child after a divorce, you may be concerned about exactly what this means. Who determines what is reasonable and how often will you get to see your child? What you should know is that the court is trying to restrict you as...
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