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  • Mediation & Divorce: What You Need to Know
    Mediation & Divorce: What You Need to Know

    Getting divorced is a complex and emotional process, and sometimes you find yourself with completely different goals and intentions than those of your partner. Rather than taking your divorce to court ...

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  • 7 Tips to Make Divorce Less Stressful for Your Kids
    7 Tips to Make Divorce Less Stressful for Your Kids

    Going through a divorce is a stressful process for any adult, and when there are children involved, the level of stress they go through is higher than they often know how to cope with. Your children ...

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  • Meet the Parents: Establishing Paternity in Texas
    Meet the Parents: Establishing Paternity in Texas

    Paternity is another term for fatherhood. In a legal context, establishing paternity means determining who the law considers to be the father of a child. This determination creates certain rights and ...

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  • 6 Tips for Parents Whose Children Were Removed by Child Protective Services
    6 Tips for Parents Whose Children Were Removed by Child Protective Services

    The Texas Family Code authorizes Child Protective Services to remove children from homes that investigators believe to be physically, mentally, and / or emotionally unsafe for them. If this happens to ...

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  • Understanding the Difference Between Divorce and Annulment
    Understanding the Difference Between Divorce and Annulment

    The end of a marriage creates an emotional roller coaster ride like no other event in someone’s life. Property and custody represent the two most important issues to resolve. A large majority of ...

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  • Common Law Marriage and Divorce in Texas
    Common Law Marriage and Divorce in Texas

    Many people have heard of the concept of a “common law” marriage, but most states have actually rescinded the rights of couples to engage in a common law marriage in recent decades. Texas, however, is ...

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