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August 2016 Archives

New Texas Law Creates Predicament For Drivers Who Fail To Pay Child Support

The number of parents who fail to pay child support across the country is staggering. In fact, the amount owed in back payments is in the billions of dollars. This situation can be very stressful for the parent who is left to cover the costs of raising children on their own.

Divorce common during months of August and March

According to new research, certain periods of the year appear to be more popular for people to end their marriages compared to others. The research showed that the peak months for divorce are the months of August and March. Meanwhile, people in Texas and other states typically avoid getting divorced during the fall months.

Disagreements over assets, debts common during divorce

Battles over money are not uncommon during Texas divorce proceedings. However, if two people are willing to try to be civil and work out their issues, the divorce process can be much less stressful. A few tips may help people successfully address financial issues during this type of family law proceeding.

Divorce can be tricky when children are involved

Divorce can naturally be a painful experience for two parents in the state of Texas, but it can likewise be painful for their children. Unfortunately, child custody can be a huge point of contention during a divorce proceeding. A couple of tips may help two divorcing individuals to resolve issues related to child custody in a manner that is beneficial for the entire family unit.

When A Child Custody Dispute Becomes A Criminal Case

Few legal matters have the potential to become as heated as child custody disputes. Every parent wants to do what is best for their child. Every parent is willing to fight to protect their relationship with their child. Unfortunately, emotions often overshadow judgment in these situations, leading parents to take drastic steps that can be harmful to all involved.

Prenuptial agreement protects one's best interests during divorce

Sometimes a marriage in Texas ends up not being all one of the spouses expected it to be, in which case divorce is often inevitable. Since the future is not set in stone, it can be helpful to draft a prenuptial agreement before getting married. This type of legal contract can protect one's rights in the event of divorce.

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