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Dallas and Tarrant County EMERGENCY ORDERS Re Coronavirus Effect on Court Orders

As the Coronavirus increasingly disrupts our normal lives and routines, the Dallas and Ft Worth Family Courts have been issuing emergency orders to address some of the issues raised by school closings...

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Can a Frisco Divorce Lawyer Help Me Modify Child Support?

When the parents of a minor child get divorced, or are not married to begin with, a court will impose a financial obligation on the non-custodial parent through the use of a child support order.schedule your appointment today.

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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore that Divorce Summons

Going through a divorcee is not easy. It can be even more difficult if your spouse is the one who initiates the legal process. It can be tempting to just ignore the divorce documents when served with them.

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What to Expect from The Divorce Mediation Process

Making the decision to end a marriage is rarely easy; however, sometimes it seems easier than making it through the legal process of divorce that follow that decision.

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Custody Challenges when One Parent Has Addiction Issues

Recently, there have been several major newspapers reporting that one reason the heroin trade is flourishing in this country, and certainly within Texas, is because every day...

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A Father’s Visitation Rights: What You Need to Know

Not all that long ago custom dictated that when the parents of a minor child separated the child would remain with the mother absent a compelling reason for the father to retain primary custody of the child.

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Things to Know About Child Support in Texas

A recent study revealed that millennial Americans are 50% less likely to get divorced. But while the younger generations are more committed to staying married...

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Do the Child’s Wishes Matter in A Custody Battle?

Making the decision to end a marriage is rarely easy. The divorce process that follows that decision can be amicable or acrimonious, depending on how the parties choose to proceed.

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How Much Child Support Do I Have to Pay in Texas?

In the State of Texas, both parents of a minor child are expected to contribute to the financial support of the child until the child reaches the age of majority.

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Can I Get My Child Support Lowered?

The law requires both parents to financially support a minor child until that child reaches the age of majority. When the parents do not live together...

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