July 2014 Archives

Mother allegedly abducted son

When parents here in Texas are unable to live together under one roof, a decision must be made regarding living accommodations for their children. Sometimes, this decision is made by a court based on the court’s determination of what is in the best interest of the child. It is incumbent on both parents to adhere to all child custody terms that are mandated by a court.

Open celebration of divorce is new trend

Many Texans love to find reasons to gather and celebrate. It makes us happy to convene in joyous recognition of such milestones as birthdays, anniversaries, retirements and engagements. All of these events are well established landmarks, but these days, more and more people are adding divorce to the list of rationales to pop corks and blow noisemakers.

Foster parents seek adoption of child taken from their care

A child custody case pitting foster parents against a biological father is currently underway in a Tennessee courtroom. At present, the biological father has custody while the foster parents are seeking to regain custody and file for the adoption of the child.

Prenuptial agreements must be carefully prepared

The social and monetary dynamics of our society have shifted dramatically over the previous years. The pervading roles that men and women once held in the workplace as well as in marriage have changed. Within marriages, women are more frequently becoming breadwinners and men are more readily accepting domestic responsibilities. The need to protect assets and the designation of monetary responsibilities that can result from a divorce is often less cut and dry than in previous generations.

Understanding custody orders is critical for non-custodial parent

Most parents in Texas hold an abiding desire to care for their children and be a part of their life. A divorce between a couple who has children can be a highly emotional experience. Of all the issues requiring resolution prior to the final signing of papers, the determination of child custody is often the most important and as such it can be the most contentious.

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