Month

July 2017
Texas child custody laws comply with the Uniform Child Custody Act, which tries to make interstate child custody cases as simple as possible. They are always required to take the child’s own wishes into account when the court is making a custody decision. This blog will serve as a brief overview on the laws in...
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You’ve certainly met people with children whom you couldn’t stand. You’d never say it to that person’s face, but you found the kids to be frustrating and unpleasant. While the blame for this doesn’t fall entirely on parents, psychologists warn that parenting styles often create these personality traits. This can make it hard for parents...
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You and your spouse control a fair amount of assets in Collin County, but your spouse doesn’t actually work. You know that you are going to be ordered to pay alimony during your upcoming divorce. You’re not thrilled about it, but not for the reasons most people cite. You don’t care about the money. You...
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You love seeing your child and you always make an effort to be at the meeting spot ahead of schedule. You’re there when your child arrives with his or her other parent. The last thing you ever want is to have your kid think you don’t want to see him or her, especially because you...
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During a divorce case, when considering child custody, courts will often say that the child’s best interests are most important. They want to focus on them over the parent’s best interests, what the parents want or anything of this nature. Child custody cases have also been changing over the years. In the past, it was...
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