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Blog Posts in 2019

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  • Who Gets the Dog? Pet Custody After Divorce.
    Who Gets the Dog? Pet Custody After Divorce.

    Many people consider animals to be well-loved members of their family; but, in the eyes of Texas law, pets are property. In child custody and visitation issues, a judge will always rule in favor of ...

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  • Creating a Holiday Visitation Schedule
    Creating a Holiday Visitation Schedule

    A consistent holiday schedule can create stability so a child can prepare for where they will spend their time. There are a few ways parents can create this schedule, depending on how they get along ...

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  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month: How to Gain Protective Orders
    Domestic Violence Awareness Month: How to Gain Protective Orders

    The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that 835,000 men and around 1.3 million women are victims of physical violence by a partner or family member each year. October is domestic violence awareness ...

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  • Child Custody: 3 Solutions for a Stress-Free Halloween
    Child Custody: 3 Solutions for a Stress-Free Halloween

    Generally, holidays are included in child custody visitation schedules. This could mean parents rotating who has the children on specific holidays or keeping the holiday schedule the same each year. ...

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  • How to Navigate International Child Custody Laws
    How to Navigate International Child Custody Laws

    A child custody order is a legal document that specifies the visitation and custody arrangements for a minor in a divorce case. If one parent would like to move their child to another country, they ...

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  • Can Adultery Affect a Divorce Agreement?
    Can Adultery Affect a Divorce Agreement?

    No one wants to discover that their spouse was unfaithful. If this happened to you, Texas law allows you to bring adultery to the table during divorce proceedings. Texas is a “no-fault” state in terms ...

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