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Blog Posts in 2019

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  • Finding a roadmap to family court success in Texas: Money and kids
    Finding a roadmap to family court success in Texas: Money and kids

    Being able to maintain strong relationships with your children during a divorce or child custody case, as well as determining what sort of financial commitment your Texas family case will cost are two ...

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  • The termination of parental rights in Texas What you need to know before going to court
    The termination of parental rights in Texas What you need to know before going to court

    There are two ways that your parental rights can be terminated by a court in Texas: involuntarily and voluntarily . That is what we will be discussing in today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan ...

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  • Questions to ask yourself when getting married after already having children
    Questions to ask yourself when getting married after already having children

    Families come in all shapes and sizes. If you are in a relationship and are interested in getting married then you need to ask yourself some questions before moving forward with wedding plans. The ...

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  • Child Support and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
    Child Support and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act

    Once the father of your child signs an Acknowledgment of Paternity he will become the legal father of your child as soon as you also sign an Acknowledgment of Paternity stating he is the father, as ...

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  • Child support in Texas: What is child support for and what do you need to know?
    Child support in Texas: What is child support for and what do you need to know?

    Generally speaking, the payment of child support is intended to ensure that the child has the financial wherewithal to grow up to be successful members of society. Whether that child support comes ...

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  • What happens if a court order paternity test shows you are the father of the child?
    What happens if a court order paternity test shows you are the father of the child?

    If there is a question as to who the biological father of a child is then it is likely that there will be a lawsuit filed in order to determine parentage . Either the Office of the Attorney General ...

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