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How To Prepare for and Complete Your Divorce Successfully

How To Prepare for and Complete Your Divorce Successfully

It takes a lot of preparation and information if you want to divorce successfully. We have previously discussed many times the preparation and the possible issues you should prepare for when you deal with a divorce. If you want to complete a divorce successfully, you also need to absorb a lot of useful information in […]

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Divorce Components

Divorce Components

The different components of a divorce are worth thinking about individually. Sometimes it is easier to break a big issue down to the individual components, because trying to handle it all at once is too much. In everything that you face in life, proper evaluation is necessary so that you can prepare and react appropriately. […]

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Guideline Child Support in Texas

Guideline Child Support in Texas

Most people who are undergoing a divorce worry about the child support guideline. When child custody is an issue, it’s common for parents to wonder how much child support is imposed by the state of Texas on a monthly basis. The The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents  vary by case. If you are the […]

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Everything You Need To Know About CPS in Texas

Everything You Need To Know About CPS in Texas

There are many situations that might lead CPS in Texas to take your child into their possession. CPS stands for Child Protection Services, and according to the Texas Family Code, it has the authority to handle investigations regarding neglect and abuse against children. CPS in Texas will carry out investigations when there are signs and allegations […]

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Must-Know Facts About Modifying Child Support in Texas

Must-Know Facts About Modifying Child Support in Texas

The guidelines for child support changes in Texas can be found in the Texas Family Code. There are rules that are strictly imposed when it comes to making child support changes in Texas. There are many factors that can lead to changes in the child support amount. These factors can include a significant increase or […]

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Things to Think About Before Changing Schools After the Divorce

Things to Think About Before Changing Schools After the Divorce

If you are undergoing a divorce now, changing schools after the divorce is one of the major changes that you will have to anticipate. For sure, you will go through many changes, more than just transferring the kids to another school as you go through the divorce. You could also move your residence, get another job, and […]

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The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents

The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents

When you are getting a divorce, establishing the rights and duties of Texas parents before the divorce is finalized is a must. It is also important to pay attention to the parenting plan that will be included in your final divorce decree. The parenting plan will include many things such as a guide to the […]

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How to Prepare to Meet Your Divorce Attorney for the First Time

How to Prepare to Meet Your Divorce Attorney for the First Time

A divorce attorney is who you need next once you have decided that you are going through with the divorce you’ve been thinking about for a long time. You will want to speak to an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your divorce plans. There are many family law attorneys you can contact, and most […]

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How Adultery and Pregnancy Affects a Divorce Case In Texas

How Adultery and Pregnancy Affects a Divorce Case In Texas

You may have noticed that adultery has snaked its way and somewhat settled itself into the society today. There are definitely more cases of adultery nowadays than ten years ago. Statistics suggest that this is somewhat related to people becoming less religious. Media such as movies and television programs are not helping either – they […]

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The Fate that Awaits Your Pet in a Texas Divorce

The Fate that Awaits Your Pet in a Texas Divorce

It goes without saying that a divorce comes with many considerations and if you have pets in a Texas divorce, you might be worried about their fate. One of the most devastating things that come along with divorce is separation. One parent would have to live separately from the children and the other spouse in most […]

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