These words are not explicitly used in family, and are very common in all aspects of the law. Since they are not used as frequently when not speaking in terms […]

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Child restraining orders, sometimes called Child Protection Orders, cover a very wide range of conduct and requirements, normally to include not coming within a certain distance of the child.  This is […]

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Military divorces are very different than in the civilian world, due to many complex issues, mainly retirement pay. In most military cases, the retirement benefits are the largest asset, which […]

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In a divorce, community property is subject to division, however, each spouse is entitled to keep 100% of their separate property following a divorce. The judge, in such incidences, will […]

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Divorced parents can create their own custody and holiday visitation schedule, but if a schedule cannot be agreed upon, you can work with an attorney to have them create one. […]

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The foremost issue of any child custody case is the which type of conservatorship is in the best interest of the child/children. That being said, there are two types of conservatorship: Joint Managing Conservatorship […]

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Child support, in most cases, is a simple calculation with predeterimed parameters established, though minor elements and situations do cause variances. In most cases, the paying party is responsible for […]

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Recently, it has become more difficult for grandparents to be awarded rights to possession. Texas law typically awards access to a grandchild only if at least one biological or adoptive […]

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