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Parental Alienation and its effect on Texas families

Parental alienation is, simply put, when one parent essentially makes the children of the marriage choose sides in order to undermine the relationship between the other parent and the child. When one ...
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Texas Divorce Morality Clause: Be Careful What You Ask For

Many clients I have represented in a divorce ask about obtaining a “morality clause,” either while their divorce is ongoing or for after their divorce is finalized. In this section, we ...
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Parental Alienation in Texas: What is it and What can it mean for your family?

When one parent attempts to interfere with the other parent's visits, or hurt their image in the eyes of their child(ren) that in short is parental alienation. The result is an increased amount of ...
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