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  • Who Will Pay for Your Child’s College Education Post Divorce?
    Who Will Pay for Your Child’s College Education Post Divorce?

    A child’s college education is a big expense, one that many families spend the child’s entire life planning and saving for. So when a couple separates, and when all of their assets are ...

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  • Why Couples are Opting for Collaborative Divorce in Texas
    Why Couples are Opting for Collaborative Divorce in Texas

    Divorce is undoubtedly difficult, but many times, couples will make the process more difficult than it has to be. From fighting over pointless items such as the couch or TV to being unreasonable ...

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  • Common Challenges Faced by Stay-At-Home Parents in a Dallas Divorce
    Common Challenges Faced by Stay-At-Home Parents in a Dallas Divorce

    At risk of sounding cliché, divorce is never easy, especially when there are children involved. Divorcing when there are children is one of the most difficult things a parent will ever go through, as ...

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  • When Can My Child Choose Which Parent to Live With?
    When Can My Child Choose Which Parent to Live With?

    One of the most common questions that divorcing parents ask before a Texas child custody agreement is drawn up is, “When can my child choose which parent to live with?” The answer is, “Never.” At the ...

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  • How Do Criminal Charges Affect Your Child Custody Case?
    How Do Criminal Charges Affect Your Child Custody Case?

    Child custody is always determined by what is in the best interests of the child. When one parent is a convicted felon, or if he or she has criminal charges brought against him or her, it begs the ...

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  • How to Retrieve Personal Property When a No-Contact Has Been Issued
    How to Retrieve Personal Property When a No-Contact Has Been Issued

    Some marriages end amicably, while others necessitate court intervention in order to keep one party safe from the other. When an individual does not take the prospect of divorce very well, he or she ...

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