Child custody

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Child custody

Think about Your Holiday Custody Schedule after Divorce

Posted by brian on November 7, 2019

While the winter holidays are often a time for family gatherings, gift-giving, and other festivities, the holidays can be a difficult time for families who have recently experienced a divorce. Deciding where your child will spend the holidays can add a lot of stress to an already emotional time period. It is important that you […]

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Child custody

Changing Your Child Custody Schedule

Posted by brian on October 28, 2019

Going through a divorce is a difficult situation and becomes much more so when children are involved. One of the biggest stresses that divorced parents run into is the often inevitable need to adjust a child custody schedule. There are many different events that might result in the need to request a change in child […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

How Will You Divide Custody Over Important Holidays?

Posted by brian on September 30, 2019

If you are going through a divorce, you probably have plenty of questions about how you’re going to divide holidays with your children between you and your divorcing spouse. It can get complicated because you both naturally want to be with your children for their birthdays and meaningful holidays. There are, however, some standard scheduling […]

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Child custody, Family Law

Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas

Posted by brian on September 9, 2019

There is no federal law that guarantees grandparents’ rights in the United States. Although grandparents can petition for the right to visitation with their grandchildren, it is ultimately up to the discretion of the court, which is always guided by the best interests of the children involved. If you are a grandparent who has lost […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Custody Tips for Back-to-School

Posted by brian on August 19, 2019

Going back to school is an exciting time for both kids and parents. There are school supplies and backpacks to be purchased and first-day-of-school outfits to be chosen, but if you are a divorced parent, you likely have an additional layer of concerns with which to contend. You and your children will find your back-to-school […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Child Custody and Visitation during the Summer

Posted by brian on July 22, 2019

If you’re going through a divorce, your children are usually your first concern. Whether you are the primary parent or not, you obviously have questions about your children’s visitation schedule. While visitation schedules vary widely, there are several basic templates that are often employed. Summer visitation schedules, however, generally have more variability built in than […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

What happens if my spouse and I can’t agree on custody of our children?

Posted by brian on April 22, 2019

If you are facing a divorce case, you may be wondering what to expect. In some cases, spouses are able to work things out and enter into a settlement agreement. In most cases, judges will approve a visitation schedule that parents have worked out themselves. When parents can’t agree, they may be ordered to attend […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Can Children Express Their Preferences in Texas Custody Proceedings?

Posted by brian on April 1, 2019

In Texas, child custody hearings allow each parent to present their case to the judge. The purpose of the hearing is to determine which parent is more suitable for the child and can provide the healthiest living environment. The judge renders their decision after evaluating each parent, their annual income, and the findings of a […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

Is Collaborative Divorce a Good Choice?

Posted by brian on March 14, 2019

Where collaborative divorce is concerned, Texas has been a leader since 1991. Since that year, Texans have had the ability to avoid public, contentious divorce, and instead, reconcile their differences in a more cooperative environment. While it’s a great choice for many of the state’s couples, it’s not right for everyone. Read on to learn […]

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Child custody, Divorce, Family Law

How to prove a Parent is ‘unfit’ to care for their Children

Posted by brian on January 14, 2019

One of the most heated battles in a family courtroom is when the custody of a child hangs in the balance. However, when custody is given to one parent, it doesn’t mean that there will not need to be modifications in the future. Everyone heads down different paths in life, and there may come a […]