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  • What's the Difference Between Visitation & Custody in TX?
    What's the Difference Between Visitation & Custody in TX?

    For many parents, engaging in a child custody battle is their worst nightmare. If you find yourself involved in a custody dispute, arming yourself as much information as possible can help you pursue a ...

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  • Can I Change My Child Custody, Support, or Alimony Order in Texas?
    Can I Change My Child Custody, Support, or Alimony Order in Texas?

    It's no secret that court orders such as child custody and support judgments can leave a massive impact on your life. Child support orders can significantly affect your financial stability whether you ...

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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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  • 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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  • Child Custody 101: Making the Perfect Parenting Plan
    Child Custody 101: Making the Perfect Parenting Plan

    For many parents, the child custody battle is the most nerve-wracking part of a divorce. During the child custody battle, courts ask each parent to draft a parenting plan that proposes terms for a ...

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