Sisemore Law Firm, P.C.’s Blog

Can you sue your ex for emotional damage and distress
The topic of emotional distress frequently arises during conversations that we have with our family law clients. People often claim their spouse’s actions have caused them severe psychological trauma, and in the heat of divorce, they want to seek compensation for emotional distress. Suing for psychological damage or emotional distress is an option in Texas (in limited situations) but it’s more complicated than most people...
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What are Sneaky Divorce Tactics?
Few experiences in life can fuel angst, animosity and anger more than divorce. The range of emotions people feel runs the gamut, from feelings of deep hurt, sadness and paranoia to a burning desire for revenge. These raw emotions prompt some people to do crazy things they wouldn’t normally do, like using sneaky divorce tactics to damage their ex’s finances, mental health, reputation or parental...
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We field questions about parental rights for fathers, day in and day out at our Fort Worth law firm. Dads ask us can a father get full custody, how to get 50 50 custody as a father, how can a father get joint custody and how to win full custody as a father. All of these options are possible in Texas but your father custody...
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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 take a drug test—it’s important to consider how drug testing...
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Discover who pays for child health insurance after divorce in Texas?
In the event of divorce, the state of Texas requires parents to provide medical support for their children. This includes both health insurance and dental insurance. Which parent is responsible for health insurance is generally based on the parents’ income and who serves as the primary conservator of the child but it depends on the circumstances. Parents frequently ask us questions about child health insurance...
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Understanding Fathers' Rights in Abortion Legal Cases
Thousands of men in the United States find out they’re going be fathers every day. While this revelation is considered a blessing for many soon-to-be fathers, the notion of impending fatherhood comes as a shock to others. They may feel unprepared to take on the responsibility of becoming a parent or worry they won’t be able to afford to pay child support for a child...
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