Blog Posts in 2013

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  • Early Mediations in Divorce and Child Custody Cases
    Early Mediations in Divorce and Child Custody Cases

    Being Board Certified in Family Law and trained in civil and family law mediations means that I do a fair number of divorce and custody mediations-sometimes as many as 10 to 12 in a month! I enjoy the ...

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  • School Calendars And Child Custody Schedules
    School Calendars And Child Custody Schedules

    With the start of the school year quickly approaching, parents with children who are too young for school often don't realize that the school calendar plays a big role in their possession schedule. ...

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  • Texas Child Support Guideline Increase: Coming Soon to a Court Near You!
    Texas Child Support Guideline Increase: Coming Soon to a Court Near You!

    The Texas Attorney General announced this Summer that the income cap guidelines used to calculate Texas child support will be increasing on September 1st, 2013. Currently, when calculating child ...

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  • Child Support and the Texas Attorney General
    Child Support and the Texas Attorney General

    The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) becomes involved in a case in two ways. The first way is if a person has applied or is receiving public assistance. Public assistance can be Temporary Aid for ...

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  • Geographic Restrictions in Texas Child Custody
    Geographic Restrictions in Texas Child Custody

    The issue of geographic restrictions in Texas child custody and divorce cases continues to be one of the hottest issues our office deals with on a regular basis. Because of that, and because our ...

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  • Kelly K. E. Robb Named 2013 Rising Star
    Kelly K. E. Robb Named 2013 Rising Star

    We'd like to congratulate Kelly K. E. Robb, who was recently selected as a 2013 Super Lawyers Rising Star for Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers magazine by Thomson Reuters . Rising Star is a ...

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