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How Does it Work? Inevitably in all divorces where children are involved, decisions must be made regarding their living situation. When it comes to divorce in Texas, the Lone Star state prefers arrangements that allow children to have a relationship with both parents, also known as “joint custody.” But first and foremost, Texas Child Custody...
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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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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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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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