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Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas

Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas

When two married people have a child it is presumed that the father of the child is the mother’s husband. For that presumption to be rebutted, evidence to the contrary must be produced for a Court to rule otherwise. When unmarried people have a child together one party must establish who the father of the […]

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Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

The process of a divorce is long and can be drawn out depending on whether both parties agree to terms or not.  A variety of other factors can complicate the process.  When the divorce decree is finally signed, a lot of people believe that the process is over.  This isn’t always the case. Often times […]

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No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

In Texas, a no-fault divorce is the default mechanism to request a divorce.  Officially by Texas law, a no-fault divorce is when there are conflicts between two parties that could not reasonably be overcome.  In reality, it is simply the type of divorce two people seek when they are looking to get out of a […]

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