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name change after divorce
How to change name after divorce is one of the most common concerns clients ask about during the divorce process. Women want to change their last names after divorce for various reasons. Some women simply prefer their maiden names to their married names, while others like the idea of changing their names to something entirely new. If you want a fresh start, changing your name...
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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 order to keep your child safe. On the flip side,...
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process of visitation rights for military child custody
Military Child Custody Explained Military child custody issues can pose challenges for civilians and service members. How is child custody and support handled when a military parent has sole custody or shares joint physical custody and is transferred, deployed or returns home? We address your questions about military child custody and military relocation and child custody here.  Child custody issues serve up plenty of challenges for civilians. When...
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Man removing a wedding ring
Couples who marry and want to legally cut ties generally have two options: annulment or divorce. What is an annulment, how does an annulment work and how is it different than divorce?  When you hear annulments mentioned in films or on TV the subject is often raised as an easy solution to a marriage gone wrong. But in reality, how easy is it to annul...
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Parents arguing in front of child
One of the most common questions parents ask our Fort Worth family law attorneys is, “How can I get a 50/50 possession schedule” or “50/50 custody schedule?” However, before digging into the HOW, it’s important to figure out IF a 50/50 possession schedule (often referred to as 50/50 custody or equal possession) makes sense for both parents, and most important, the child. If you want...
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Person making a divorce checklist for mediation Tarrant County
In Texas, the vast majority of divorces are resolved through mediation, with no trial needed. However, the process of preparing for divorce mediation is critical because it sets the stage for a productive and successful mediation. The better understanding you have regarding your marital estate, how divorce negotiations work and what you and your spouse hope to achieve through mediation, the more likely you will...
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Husband and wife with divorce papers
Contempt of court in divorce
January 30, 2023
Girl with stepmom.
How do step-parent rights in joint custody work in Texas?
January 23, 2023
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How to Help Your Child Accept a New Relationship
January 16, 2023

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