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Will I lose custody if I fail a drug test?
Drug testing in child custody cases is a common occurrence in the state of Texas. Parents who abuse drugs or alcohol can face serious consequences, including the loss of custody rights and limited access to their children. If you share custody and have been ordered to undergo drug testing—or you’re seeking to have another parent...
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Mom drinking bottle of wine
If you believe your child is in danger due to the actions or behavior of the other parent, you may want to prevent that parent from getting access to the child. In situations where a parent is abusive or using controlled substances, child custody lawyers can help you take steps to get an emergency custody...
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ex manipulating visitation schedule
Ex manipulating visitation schedule? You can potentially pursue a contempt of court action for violating a court order. Additionally, you might explore modifying your child custody agreement to secure more time with your children or impose restrictions on her parenting time. Toxic co parenting: now if that isn’t an oxymoron if I ever heard one....
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Man listening to two women talking behind his back
Most parents want what’s best for their kids. However, the highly stressful, emotional roller coaster of divorce causes some parents to say awful things about their child’s other parent, damaging the child emotionally. Taken too far, manipulative bad mouthing and attempts to alienate the child from the other parent could also lead to allegations of...
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Sad child
Parental alienation, words or actions taken in an effort to turn one’s child against the child’s other parent, occurs much too often when couples split. If you’re struggling to “play nice” with your ex in the co-parenting department, think twice. Not only could your attempts at parental alienation negatively affect your possession and visitation rights,...
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unhappy couple talking to divorce lawyer
Parenting a child with someone whom you do not like or trust is no easy task. If you are in this situation, you can feel scared, anxious and angry about how the other parent treats a child and what he or she might say to the child about you. If you anticipate these types of...
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Custody battles can be highly contentious and volatile. Under these circumstances, parents can make some unwise decisions and engage in inadvisable behavior in an effort to hurt the other parent. One particularly reckless decision parents might make in an effort to hurt the other parent is interfering with custody, as custodial interference can hurt the...
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Depending on the circumstances surrounding your divorce, you may be worried about your ex rushing into introducing your child to their new significant other. While this situation can cause hurt feelings and anger on your part, it can also be confusing and frustrating to your child. If you are concerned about the possibility of your...
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finding hidden assets
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