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ABCs of working toward a smooth divorce

When you got married, you likely thought that your relationship would last. Now that years have passed, you -- like many others throughout Texas -- may have come to realize that time and experiences have changed your relationship and feelings in a way that makes your marriage impossible to continue.

Determining custody isn't child's play in Texas

For as long as you have been a parent, you've always done what's best for your children. Perhaps you made personal sacrifices in order to make sure your kids didn't go without. Nothing matters more to you than seeing that your children are happy and well cared for.

Preventing child custody problems while serving on active duty

Can you imagine coming home to Texas from active deployment in the military only to learn that you lost custody of your child while you were away? While that may sound outrageous and unlikely, it has actually happened in the past.

How virtual visitation can help if relocation becomes necessary

For a non-custodial parent, keeping a strong parent/child bond after a divorce is finalized can certainly be challenging. Visitation schedules can be arranged to help with this, but, sometimes, the amount of time granted is limited due to a parent's personal circumstances - such as the need to relocate. Thankfully, parents in Texas have the ability to seek virtual visitation schedules.

What every grandparent needs to know about visitation rights

As a grandparent, looking out for the best interests of your grandchild or grandchildren is not always easy, especially when the traditional family structure falls apart. If your family has suboptimal circumstances that you believe negatively impact your grandchildren, there are steps you can take. While your legal rights may be diminished when compared to biological parents, you are not completely without options.

Why Do Military Service Members Tend to Marry Young?

In contrast with older generations, many Americans these days are waiting until their 30s or even later to get married. The story is different, though, with military members.

5 Things You May Not Know about Adoption in Texas

While Texas law is fairly broad when it comes to who can adopt a child, the many issues related to adoption are often complex, and there are procedural requirements that must be met in order to finalize the adoption.

How Does Place of Residency Affect Divorce and Family Law Issues in Texas?

Whether it's where you live or where your child or ex-spouse lives, place of residency is an important issue in divorce and child custody cases.

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