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  • Can I Date During My Texas Divorce?
    Can I Date During My Texas Divorce?

    If you’ve been in a lonely, loveless, abusive, or hollow marriage, you may have been waiting for the day you could finally date again, and understandably so. As someone going through a divorce , it’s ...

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  • Changing a Child Custody Order in Texas
    Changing a Child Custody Order in Texas

    If you’re a parent who is getting a divorce , you’re going to have to address child custody before your divorce can be signed off by the judge. Generally, parents are encouraged to come up with an ...

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  • Child Custody Advice for the Holiday Season
    Child Custody Advice for the Holiday Season

    Now that it’s November, we’re deep in the holiday season. The grocery stores are stocking up with pumpkin puree, turkeys, hams, sugar, and all the ingredients needed for a perfect holiday dinner. ...

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  • Rights of Unwed Fathers in Texas
    Rights of Unwed Fathers in Texas

    These days, it’s becoming more common for children to be born to unmarried parents, especially since it’s become so socially acceptable in our society. However, with the explosion of children being ...

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  • Modifying a Child Support Order in Denton, TX
    Modifying a Child Support Order in Denton, TX

    In Texas, both parents are expected to financially support their children whether they’re married or not. Just because a parent breaks up with their partner or gets divorced, it doesn’t mean they’re ...

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  • Does Cheating Impact Alimony in Texas?
    Does Cheating Impact Alimony in Texas?

    Adultery Laws in Texas “Adultery” is defined as having voluntary sexual intercourse with someone other than one’s spouse. Under Texas civil laws, adultery can impact alimony and property division , ...

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