Blog Posts in March, 2021

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  • What Happens if Someone Doesn't Pay Child Support in TX?
    What Happens if Someone Doesn't Pay Child Support in TX?

    If you receive or pay child support due to a divorce, paternity case, or another type of custody case, understanding the ins and outs of your support order is important. Whether you're a recipient or ...

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  • How to Destress During Your Divorce
    How to Destress During Your Divorce

    It's no secret that divorce can be stressful. In fact, for many people, it's one of the most emotionally draining things they'll ever do. Understanding how to destress during your divorce is vital. ...

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  • Child Custody Case In Re C.J.C. Set New Precedent for Texas Parents
    Child Custody Case In Re C.J.C. Set New Precedent for Texas Parents

    For many parents, engaging in a child custody battle during a divorce or paternity case is, frankly, terrifying. The thought of missing out on spending time with your child is nerve-wracking for any ...

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  • What's the Difference Between a Conservator & a Guardian in TX?
    What's the Difference Between a Conservator & a Guardian in TX?

    Many people get confused about whether there's a substantial difference between a conservator and a guardian. Frequently, prospective conservators and guardians find themselves unexpectedly involved ...

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  • Adoption-Proofing Your Home: What to Know Before Your Adoption Evaluation in TX
    Adoption-Proofing Your Home: What to Know Before Your Adoption Evaluation in TX

    Finalizing an adoption in Texas is a long, complex process (one which we've covered in blogs here and here . Many prospective parents underestimate just how involved the adoption process is, leaving ...

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  • How Co-Parents Can Handle Spring & Other School Breaks
    How Co-Parents Can Handle Spring & Other School Breaks

    Last month, we wrote a general blog containing tips for co-parents over the holidays . However, it's safe to say that the 2020-2021 school year is unprecedented, especially for children in states ...

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