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Tarrant County family law firm
Silhouette Man behind bars
Does a felony affect child custody? The short answer is: Yes, of course it can, but not always. A number of factors come into play when a party involved in a custody case has been convicted of or charged with a felony. Some of the factors judges will consider include when the felony occurred, what...
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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 badmouthing and attempts to alienate the child from the other parent could also lead to allegations of parental...
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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...
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The attorney and law firm you hire will dictate the outcome of your divorce, so it’s important to do your research and choose wisely. Wondering where to begin? At the Sisemore Law Firm in Fort Worth, we advise prospective clients to take the following steps. Step 1: Be prepared for your legal consultation. One of...
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Filing for divorce in Texas isn’t exactly complicated but there are certain steps our Fort Worth family law firm typically recommends to clients contemplating divorce. Consider the following five steps to help ensure you file for divorce properly and best prepare your family for divorce—legally, financially and mentally. Step 1: Make sure you meet state...
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mom with kids on bench
When we speak with parents about child custody, our clients often say the other parent is a narcissist or that a parent’s personality disorder poses a danger to their child. While mental health issues can affect child custody and visitation orders in Tarrant County, proving they exist isn’t necessarily easy. If you’re concerned the other...
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Top five reasons to modify child support in Texas
September 9, 2022
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How to protect your inheritance from your spouse during divorce
September 2, 2022
parents argue while sad child hugs teddy bear
Parents must be proactive to help children thrive after divorce
August 12, 2022

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