Blog Posts in 2011

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  • Can I Get Custody of a Child Who is Not My Own?
    Can I Get Custody of a Child Who is Not My Own?

    Blended families–those that include step-children, such as his, hers, and ours–are becoming more and more part of the social norm, particularly since the divorce rate continues to increase. It is ...

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  • 5 Questions to Consider to Avoid a Holiday Custody Tug-of-War
    5 Questions to Consider to Avoid a Holiday Custody Tug-of-War

    Dealing with your divorce over Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays is definitely hard on you and your spouse, but it’s often even harder on your children. If you don’t have holiday custody set in ...

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  • Increase in Divorce Rate Among Couples Over the Age of 50
    Increase in Divorce Rate Among Couples Over the Age of 50

    According to recent research, the overall divorce rate in America has not increased over the last thirty years. The number of divorces has actually decreased or plateaued in every age group except for ...

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  • Child Support Facts
    Child Support Facts

    As a simple definition, child support is when one parent–either the mother or the father–agree to financially support the care of their children residing with the other parent. It’s generally best for ...

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  • Military Service Members, Contractors and the Texas Family Code
    Military Service Members, Contractors and the Texas Family Code

    As we approach almost a decade of military engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan, the sacrifices of those fighting for our country are becoming more apparent in the justice system. From the creation of ...

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  • Prenuptial Agreement Myths
    Prenuptial Agreement Myths

    Most people have notions about prenuptial agreements from what they’ve seen on the news, seen in movies or soap operas, or heard from general gossip. However, most of these preconceived notions are ...

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