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Summer Visitation Basics for a Divorced Parent in Texas

With the official start of summer having just passed us by it is an appropriate time to discuss the sometimes misunderstood topic of summertime visitation in Texas for divorced parents. As our kids ...
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Visitation Tips for Recently Divorced Parents

After the attorneys have been retained, money has been spent, time away from work and family has been expended and a final order has been signed by both parties and the judge, a divorce is complete. ...
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How Technology Can Impact a Divorce in Texas

Divorce, when you get right down to it, can be a pretty routine process. If a couple has property of any sort- a house, a car, bank accounts- those items get divided up between the parties either by ...
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