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  • Parental Relocation and Child Custody in Texas: Can a Divorced Parent Relocate with the Child?
    Parental Relocation and Child Custody in Texas: Can a Divorced Parent Relocate with the Child?

    Moving to another city, state, or country can help you reboot your life and get a fresh start. However, if you want to relocate with your child following a divorce, relocation may not be as ...

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  • Making a Parenting Plan that Works for You
    Making a Parenting Plan that Works for You

    An important part of every divorce that involves children is negotiating child custody terms that work for everyone involved. Because your situation is utterly unique to you, a cookie-cutter plan that ...

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  • Texas Divorce: How Mediation Can Help
    Texas Divorce: How Mediation Can Help

    If you are facing a divorce, you are facing considerable uncertainty, and it is never easy. There are certain things that you can do, however, to help ensure that your divorce goes as smoothly as ...

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  • How Will My Spouse’s Cheating Affect Our Divorce?
    How Will My Spouse’s Cheating Affect Our Divorce?

    A cheating spouse is an emotional blow that many people cannot or will not accept. The emotional effects of your spouse's affair are undeniable, but there is also the separate issue of whether or not ...

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  • Texas Divorce Modifications: The Basics
    Texas Divorce Modifications: The Basics

    Ideally, you will move forward past your divorce with no need for further involvement from the court, but this is not always the case. Our lives evolve, and modifications to your divorce decree are ...

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  • What Are Temporary Orders in a Texas Divorce and How to Obtain One?
    What Are Temporary Orders in a Texas Divorce and How to Obtain One?

    As you may know, the divorce process can be both expensive and time-consuming. It could be weeks, months, or even years (in extreme cases) from the date of filing an Original Petition for Divorce to ...

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