Can You Change a Custody Order Without Going to Court?

Reading Time: 5 minutes If you are a divorced parent, your decree included instructions from the court about child custody arrangements. This court order is legally binding, and both parents must abide by its terms. But life can change, and it’s possible that one or both parents may decide the existing arrangements are no longer practical. So you may […]

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Texas Divorce Due to Family Violence

Reading Time: 6 minutes Ending a marriage can be difficult enough in itself. But if you are seeking a Texas divorce due to family violence the stakes can be considerably higher. In these situations, you are concerned about more than just getting a fair divorce; you also are concerned about your physical safety. The good news is that the […]

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Enforcing A Child Custody Court Order In Texas

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. You may have allowed your child to go to the other parent’s house as part of the visitation agreement. Unfortunately, the parent refused to return the child to you. Fortunately, if you have court orders, you can ask the court to help you with the enforcement of a Texas child […]

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Is It Better to Sell Your House Before or After a Divorce?

Reading Time: 7 minutes Ending a marriage changes many things in your life. And one of the things that can change is your residence. It’s not unusual for couples who are divorcing to decide to sell their current home. But once they’ve made this decision, there’s a second one to consider: When to sell? There is no simple, one-size-fits-all […]

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Child Support Lawyers In Arlington, Texas

Reading Time: 4 minutes Normally, the parent with primary physical custody receives child support from the non-custodial parent. This applies even if parents share joint legal custody after divorce. These payments are meant to be used only to provide for the needs of the children. They are not intended for the personal use of the parent. However, the custodial […]

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