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  • How Can A Father Win Child Custody?
    How Can A Father Win Child Custody?

    In history, it was rare that a father obtained primary custody over their child in a divorce or child custody case. When you think about, how many fathers did you know that had primary custody over ...

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  • Who Usually Gets Custody of a Child?
    Who Usually Gets Custody of a Child?

    If you are a parent going through a divorce you know there are three main goals from a divorce: the division of property, assets, or debts; child custody; and child support. Of these three many people ...

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  • What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?
    What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?

    In Texas, custody is called conservatorship and its framework is defined in Chapter 153 of the Texas Family Code. There are two main types of conservators called managing conservators and possessory ...

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  • What effect will a DUI or DWI have on your child custody case?
    What effect will a DUI or DWI have on your child custody case?

    If you are a person that has an ongoing battle with substance abuse issues then you know better than anyone just how much of an impact addiction can have on your life. Make no mistake, whether it is ...

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  • Child Custody in Texas: What you absolutely need to know
    Child Custody in Texas: What you absolutely need to know

    When an attorney refers to a child custody case in Texas what he or she is actually talking about is called a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR). The purpose of this case is to ...

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  • Child custody essentials for Texas families
    Child custody essentials for Texas families

    Whether you are a parent going through a divorce or a child custody case in Texas, you need to be familiar with how a court will view your case if you and your child’s other parent cannot settle in ...

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