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best interests of the child
There isn’t anything we wouldn’t do for our children. When their safety is at risk, most parents would consider their protection a do or die situation. For one Nebraska man, his attempts to keep his daughters safe have left him without hope and struggling to make sense of the situation. A Nebraska father sought custody...
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Before the advent of smartphones, social media and constant connectedness, a divorcing couple could get a respite from one another. After all, sending a letter or good old fashioned stalking takes a fair amount of effort. These days, checking up on an ex’s activities and whereabouts takes about three clicks of the mouse. We may...
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Texas parents who are contemplating a divorce may be interested in a recently-published study that was conducted in Sweden. Researchers looked at a group of children of the ages of 12 and 15 to see if their living arrangements had any bearing on the incidence of psychosomatic illnesses such as nausea and dizziness that may...
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Some Texas residents may be interested in restoring their pre-marital name after divorce. This may be done as part of the divorce order or at a subsequent time. The easiest way is by asking the court to include it when the marriage is dissolved. Once the order is handed down by the divorce court, an...
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A Texas court will take into consideration any recent domestic violence on the part of anyone wishing to have partial or sole custody of a child. Domestic violence is known as any intentional act by a party to cause physical harm to a spouse, a child’s parent or anyone under the age of 18. Generally,...
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A commonly contentious item in divorce proceedings has to do with child custody, which involves the rights and responsibilities of caring for the child. This challenging situation may be exacerbated if a custodial parent relocates, forcing the other parent to engage in a long-distance relationship with the child. This is especially the case if an...
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When two married parents obtain a divorce in the state of Texas, they must make arrangements for the care and nurturing of their child or children. Their right to maintain physical custody of their child will be subject to compromise, as will their right to make important decisions for their offspring. Whether they arrive at...
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Marriages often fall apart because it becomes too hard for spouses to communicate and cooperate with one another. Once the divorce gets underway, these problems tend to grow worse as they are compounded by the complex negotiations and intense emotions that often come with the territory. However, especially for parents, it can be a very...
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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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Texas parents are aware that divorced parents arrange for the care of their children through the payment and receipt of child support. When parents divorce, the party who retains primary physical custody usually receives a monthly payment from the other parent, which is meant to help cover the costs associated with raising a child. However,...
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