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Child Custody
Texas parents may be interested in the child custody issues that one professional basketball player is facing. He is arguing that he should have sole custody of the child should a paternity test confirm that he is the child’s father. On May 1, a New York woman claims to have given birth to the child...
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In the state of Texas, a woman needs to prove that she was raped, that her child was conceived because of rape and make a formal request to have custody rights for her attacker to be terminated. Unless all of those things are presented to a judge, the father of the child could still sue...
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This past Sunday, families across the nation celebrated Father’s Day. It was a 24-hour span of time that was devoted to honoring the variety of contributions and sacrifices that dads make every day to ensure that their children grow up happy and healthy. While it is absolutely wonderful that we have a day on the calendar...
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Have you ever heard the phrase “knowledge is power”? It is a phrase that many of our readers are probably familiar with, and it certainly applies to Texas family law issues. Information helps us make better decisions, respond to requests, live up to expectations and can even take the fear out of many situations. A...
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Co-parenting is a word that seems to have become more popular these days, but what it describes isn’t all that new. A lot of separated parents, whether by divorce or never marrying at all, find a way to work together so that their kids are happy and healthy. This includes extra-curricular activities, and scheduling is...
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When the topic of child custody comes up, it is almost universally connected to a case in which a mother and father cannot agree on the care and custody of a shared child after a divorce. However, Texas parents should be aware that it is possible for an intact and functioning family to lose their...
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When Texas parents divorce, their top concern is usually the care and custody of their children. In fact, many family law attorneys feel that child custody is among the most highly contentious forms of law. Things can become heated very quickly when parents struggle over custody matters, even when all parties reside within the same...
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When it comes to Texas couples separating, many may wish that discussion with an ex stays to a minimum. However, if there are children involved, parents may still have to communicate on a regular basis after divorce. The typical situations of dealing with disciplinary issues and permission for activities may need to be discussed, but...
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Deciding child custody after a divorce can be a difficult decision for both parents, depending on their unique family situation. If primary custody is awarded to one party, often time the other parent will be responsible for child support payments to assist in the financial responsibility. Services now offered in Texas for child custody support...
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A man in Texas is fighting for custody of his son after the mother of the child dropped the baby off at a local fire station. The father said he was unaware that the mother of their son was abandoning their baby and is now trying to gain child custody of their son to keep...
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