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  • Five Things You can do That Will Sabotage Your Child Custody Case
    Five Things You can do That Will Sabotage Your Child Custody Case

    One of the most contentious and emotionally charged aspects of most divorce cases is the child custody determination proceedings. Most parents want full custody of their little ones, but because the ...

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  • Should You Request a Psychological Evaluation in a Child Custody Case?
    Should You Request a Psychological Evaluation in a Child Custody Case?

    Typically, a psychological evaluation is only ordered when one or both parents makes a claim that the other is unfit to parent. The basis for such a request is usually to show the judge the weighty ...

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  • Addressing Back-to School Concerns as a Divorced Parent
    Addressing Back-to School Concerns as a Divorced Parent

    As the divorced parents of a young child, you do not have to worry about matters like school schedules, recreational activities, and back to school supplies. However, eventually your child will be in ...

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  • When a Parent Might Be Granted Full Custody
    When a Parent Might Be Granted Full Custody

    Once upon a time, it was not unheard of for a mother to receive sole custody of her children. In fact, unless the mother did something extreme to warrant a closer look by the judge, the father almost ...

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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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  • Psychological Evaluations in Dallas, Texas
    Psychological Evaluations in Dallas, Texas

    During many Dallas child custody cases, the child often lands in the middle of a contentious battle over which parent will be the “better parent” for him or her. While more often than not it is the ...

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