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  • If Your Child Does Not Want to Visit Your Ex
    If Your Child Does Not Want to Visit Your Ex

    Divorce is hard on everyone involved, and it might be even more so for your children. You made it through the difficult process of hammering out terms that guide your post-divorce parental rights , ...

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  • The 5 Mistakes that Are Almost Certain to Damage Your Child Custody Case
    The 5 Mistakes that Are Almost Certain to Damage Your Child Custody Case

    If you are facing a child custody concern, there is a lot riding on the court’s decision. While every child custody case is unique to the unique people and circumstances involved, there are some ...

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  • How a Simple Calendar Can Help with Your Child Custody Case
    How a Simple Calendar Can Help with Your Child Custody Case

    How a Simple Calendar Can Help with Your Child Custody Case If you and your divorcing spouse cannot come to mutually agreeable child custody arrangements, the court will do so on your behalf. Matters ...

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  • Key Considerations in Child Custody Cases
    Key Considerations in Child Custody Cases

    Key Considerations in Child Custody Cases If you are facing a divorce involving children, you may be experiencing concerns related to your child custody arrangements. If you and your divorcing spouse ...

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  • Building Your Case for a Parenting Time Modification
    Building Your Case for a Parenting Time Modification

    Building Your Case for a Parenting Time Modification The parenting time schedule you and your divorcing spouse hammered out (or that the court ordered) upon your divorce, may no longer be serving your ...

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  • Child Support and Your Child with Special Needs
    Child Support and Your Child with Special Needs

    Child Support and Your Child with Special Needs Child support in the State of Texas is generally calculated according to state guidelines that are fairly standard. Both parents are legally responsible ...

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