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December 2018 Archives

Joint custody and child support payments

The holidays are certainly not the time when people want to think about family law matters. However, it is often a time when these issues are front and center. Those in Texas and elsewhere who are seeking a divorce or who are already divorced need to consider how best to develop a working child custody plan. In addition to establishing a workable custody schedule, divorced parents often need to work out any financial issues that relate to the child or children involved. When custody is determined, divorced parents will often work out a child support arrangement as well.

Frequently asked questions about Texas divorce

Divorce in Texas can quickly get complicated. Whether it's your first time going through it or a second divorce, you need to know how the legal process works. People have a lot of misconceptions from the media or from talking to friends, and you absolutely want to clear those up before your case gets underway.

Dividing assets that hold sentimental value

Whether dividing assets of a high-net worth Texas couple, or a family of more modest means, there will always be items, which may hold little monetary value, but great sentimental value to one or both spouses. In instances where an asset holds sentimental value due to some tragic event, sentimentality is easily understood. It represents someone that one loved and lost. These items are usually worth fighting.

5 things to do when you have a meeting with an attorney

The first time you see an attorney, you may not know what to expect. However, there is usually a similar process for all first-time meetings. Attorneys have to get to know you and your situation to represent your best interests, so clients need to be prepared for this interview.

Enforcement of child support in Texas

Raising a child can be a costly task. A child from newborn to majority requires much, and for single parents here and other states, it can be difficult to provide these needs on his or her own. Thus, in these predicaments, it is often necessary to seek child support from the other parent. This financial support ensures the needs of the child are met by providing monthly, weekly or yearly payments.

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