Can I Stop My Ex From Relocating If They Owe Child Support?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Your ex is moving to another state. You fear that you might not be able to get them to pay up the child support they already owe. Fortunately, there is a federal act that requires all states to uphold a child support court order when a non-custodial parent relocates to their state. A parent relocation […]

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How Do I Find The Assets My Spouse Is Hiding From The Divorce Court?

Reading Time: 9 minutes If you are in the middle of a divorce, you might suspect your spouse of trying to hide assets to avoid sharing them with you. Property division in Texas follows the community property principle. This means that marital property must be shared equally in a divorce. A recent survey by the National Endowment for Financial […]

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Can I Challenge Child Support If I Suspect I Am Not The Father?

Reading Time: 3 minutes When a baby is born to a married couple, there is a presumption that the husband is the legal father of the child. That gives him parental rights and responsibilities including child support. However, if you suspect that you are not the father, there are options for you. The Texas Family Code allows you to […]

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Enforcement Of Texas Child Visitation Court Order

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s hard enough trying to maintain your relationship with your kids on a limited visitation schedule. It can be an incredibly frustrating experience dealing with an uncooperative ex who denies you court-ordered visitation. Fortunately, there are options for you when it comes to the enforcement of child visitation orders. If you’ve exhausted all attempts to resolve […]

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Custody Rights of Fit Parents in Texas

Reading Time: 6 minutes Children are a contentious part of many divorces. Who will get primary custody? How does a judge decide what is fair? And what can you do if you think the court has made a mistake? Today’s blog will look at a recent decision by the Texas Supreme Court in a case called In Re C.J.C. […]

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