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Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents in Texas

Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents in Texas

A divorce can drastically alter your family dynamics. Children of divorced parents are the ones that take the major hit, given their natural bond with both partners. It is crucial to prioritize your children’s best…

domestic violence and divorce in Texas

Domestic Violence and Divorce in Texas: How to Protect Yourself and Your Children

Domestic violence and divorce can be a result of physical, emotional, sexual, or financial abuse by one partner against another in an intimate relationship. Such acts of violence affect millions of individuals and families worldwide….

Custody Battles

Custody Battles: 10 Things That Can Sabotage Your Case

Besides taking a toll on your mental and physical health, the whole divorce process will also pinch your pockets. With custody battles and the fight for the right to be with your child also in…

7 Signs That You Need to Hire a Child Custody Lawyer in Texas

Some parents can settle the custody dispute by sitting down and talking it out. Others, however, cannot go about it civilly. It’s at this point that the case is taken to court and a judge decides which parent…

child custody battle in Texas

Child Custody Battle: 8 Factors To Look For That Could Affect You

A child custody battle is seldom a painless process. And as a parent, all you want is what is best for your child’s health, safety, and wellbeing. And believe it or not, that’s exactly what…

Custody Agreements

The Top 7 Considerations for Child Custody Agreements in the Age of COVID-19

Parenting can be hard especially in the age of COVID-19. Parents who are separated and have joint custody of their child have it even harder. There are more things to take into consideration when it…


Factors That the Court Will Consider When Determining the Best Interests of the Child

Child custody (referred to as “conservatorship” in Texas) is often the most adversarial and contested matter that must be decided in a divorce. Parents are often extremely protective about their relationships with their children and are often…