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Child custody

What is Relocation and Child Custody Modification?

Posted by admin on March 30, 2020

In divorce cases, there are times when the parent who has legal custody of a child will want to relocate out of the geographical area that the parties live in. That may or may not be agreed upon. One thing that’s for certain is that they can’t just get up and go, this is why […]

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Child custody, Family Law

Tips For Filing Child Custody In Texas

Posted by admin on March 26, 2020

In Texas, child custody (conservatorship) is usually granted by a family law judge who gives a verdict based on the dictum of the child’s best interest. Although the judge decides on the terms of conservatorship, there is always the presumption that joint custody is most beneficial to children. This is why it’s important you contact […]

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Child Support, Divorce

How To Receive More Child Support?

Posted by admin on March 24, 2020

If you do not receive enough child support, you may be able to request a court order to obtain an increase. There are several different scenarios where an attorney may be able to help you obtain more child support by filing a petition in court, including the following: The non-custodial parent of your child has […]

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Is it Time to Speak with a Cedar Park Divorce Attorney?

Posted by admin on March 23, 2020

Most people do not suddenly wake up one day and decide to get divorced. As the demise of a marriage can be slow, it can be difficult to know when it is time to call a divorce law firm. It is important to realize that just because you have an appointment with an attorney does […]

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Child Support

Can I Request Child Support If We Have Joint Custody?

Posted by admin on March 22, 2020

Yes, you can. Joint custody does not mean that the child support obligation is for one parent. If you can meet the obligation, it is important that you apply for it. However, in case of a misunderstanding between the parents in regard to the support, it is vital to consult a Cedar Park child support […]

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Learn About Your Divorce Options

Posted by admin on March 17, 2020

If you are considering a divorce, you no doubt have plenty of questions and plenty of trepidation regarding the matter. Divorce is never easy, but you do have options. Understanding these options can help make the divorce process less stressful and unpredictable. If you are facing a divorce, you need the professional legal counsel of […]

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Prenuptial Agreement Impact

Posted by admin on March 9, 2020

No one who enters into marriage plans on it ending in divorce, but divorce is a fact of life for some married spouses. Divorce happens, which is why considering entering into a prenuptial agreement can be a good idea. Implementing a prenup is not a symbol of your lack of faith in your marriage – […]

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Ending a Marriage in Texas

Posted by admin on March 2, 2020

Ending a common law marriage is much like ending any marriage. Just because your marriage was entered into informally does not mean that its dissolution will be less tiring. If you are contemplating the end of your common law marriage, it’s important to understand the basics and to work closely with an experienced Cedar Park […]

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Children Can Complicate Your Divorce Case

Posted by admin on February 17, 2020

The divorce process in Texas, including issues surrounding children, is spelled out in the Texas Family Code. For couples who do not have minor children, divorce has the potential to be a relatively simple and straightforward process. When a couple has children, the divorce gets more complicated with issues of child support and child custody. […]

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Will Your Divorce Case Go to Trial?

Posted by admin on February 10, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)  reports 2.2 divorces per 1,000 marriages in Texas in 2017. The majority of these divorces are handled without going to trial. While going to trial is always a possibility, most divorces will settle outside of a courtroom. With the help of mediators, counselors, and a well-versed Cedar Park divorce […]