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  • What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce?
    What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce?

    What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce? There is a great deal of uncertainty associated with divorce . For starters, you have no idea how long your case ...

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  • Issues relevant to international divorce cases in Texas
    Issues relevant to international divorce cases in Texas

    Are you or your spouse living outside of the United States currently? Were you married in another country and are now residing in the United States? Texas, and Houston specifically, is home to many ...

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  • Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case
    Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case

    It has become a trend in recent years for courts in southeast Texas to mandate that parties must attend at least one session of mediation (and likely more) before they ever are able to have their case ...

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  • Domestic Violence in Child Custody Cases: How will your judge view this issue?
    Domestic Violence in Child Custody Cases: How will your judge view this issue?

    When it comes to family law cases there is no circumstance that is more sad, infuriating or dangerous than that of domestic violence. It is something that, thankfully, occurs in a rather small ...

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  • What happens when a noncustodial parent suffers from a mental illness?
    What happens when a noncustodial parent suffers from a mental illness?

    Mental illnesses affect people going through divorce and child custody cases in very specific ways. If you are a parent whose spouse or significant other suffers from a mental illness then you very ...

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  • Restricting visitation and supervised visitation in Texas child custody cases
    Restricting visitation and supervised visitation in Texas child custody cases

    In the vast majority of Texas, child custody cases no parent will ever be at risk of having restricted or supervised visitation. The presumption in custody cases is that it is in the best interests of ...

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