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  • Modifying Child Support Payments

    When a couple with children separates, one of the first and most important issues they should settle is child support ‒ that is, they need to agree on how much money is needed to take care of the costs associated with raising their children. Typically, the non-custodial parent (the parent with who... Read more

  • Custody 101 for Fathers

    Fathers today are taking a more active role in their children’s lives than ever before. They take paternity leave when their children are born; they assume an active role in childcare. Courts have begun to recognize the importance of fathers in the case of custody. While the law historically favor... Read more

  • Dumped Over Trump

    What happens when “until death do us part” doesn’t seem to be coming fast enough? What if you wake up one day next to someone who is nothing like the person you married? They have become so different that you reach a point where you no longer want to continue living with them as their spou... Read more

  • Texas Divorce Law—The Basics

    When you are considering filing for a divorce in Texas, it's important that you understand some of the basics before you file. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions. Do You Have to Be a Texas Resident? If So, For How Long? The Texas courts do not have jurisdiction in a divorce pr... Read more

  • Divorce in Texas – An Overview

    Thinking about filing for divorce in Texas? Here are some things you'll want to know. Qualifications to File in Texas Texas law requires that one of the parties reside in the state for at least six months immediately preceding the filing of a divorce complaint. This applies to military personn... Read more

  • The Higher Divorce Rates—Doctors or Businessmen?

    Though most people perceive that doctors are more likely to be involved in a divorce than individuals in other professions, a recent study actually suggests otherwise. The study, , published by The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal), examined at the divorce rates of more than 6.5 million... Read more

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