Blog Posts in January, 2012

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  • Paternity Tests Can Now Exonerate Non-Fathers from Paying Child Support
    Paternity Tests Can Now Exonerate Non-Fathers from Paying Child Support

    In case you are just as unaware as millions of other men in the state of Texas, it’s possible that in your divorce, or other paternity matter, you were forced to pay child support for a child who ...

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  • Texas Requirements for an Annulment
    Texas Requirements for an Annulment

    We’ve already gone over the differences between a divorce and an annulment , and now we will venture into what the state of Texas requires to grant an annulment. As mentioned before, it takes more ...

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  • What is the Difference Between an Annulment and a Divorce?
    What is the Difference Between an Annulment and a Divorce?

    A divorce legally terminates a legally valid marriage. An annulment dissolves a marriage by declaring it legally invalid. As a result, an annulment makes the marriage as if it never existed. An ...

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