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  • Five Reasons You May Lose Custody of Your Child (or be Awarded Sole Custody)
    Five Reasons You May Lose Custody of Your Child (or be Awarded Sole Custody)

    Parenting is tough, and oftentimes, a parent may feel like he or she is doing the whole thing wrong. While feelings of inadequacy are completely normal, especially as single parents try to navigate ...

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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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  • Why Hire a Dallas Divorce Attorney?
    Why Hire a Dallas Divorce Attorney?

    Unless your divorce is a simple divorce, meaning that you were married for a short time, acquired little to no assets with your spouse, and never had any children together, the divorce process is not ...

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  • The Rising Trend of Gray Divorce
    The Rising Trend of Gray Divorce

    Sharon and Ozzy, Kris and Bruce, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman. Older Hollywood staples are proving that divorce does not discriminate and that it does touch even couples who have been together for 20 ...

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  • Domestic Violence Protection Orders in Texas
    Domestic Violence Protection Orders in Texas

    With domestic violence making headlines as of late (with Johnny Depp being accused of ongoing domestic violence by wife, Amber Heard, and television actor Michael Jace, sentenced to 40 years in prison ...

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  • Abandonment as Grounds for Fault-Based Divorce in Texas
    Abandonment as Grounds for Fault-Based Divorce in Texas

    Texas is one of the few states that still recognizes fault-based divorces , and may grant a divorce in one spouse’s favor if sufficient grounds for fault are established. Under Section 6.005 of the ...

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