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  • College Expenses and Child Support after divorce: Money, money, money
    College Expenses and Child Support after divorce: Money, money, money

    If you have not already done so I recommend that you go back to yesterday’s blog post and read what we were discussing about college tuition, divorce and agreeing with an ex-spouse to take on the ...

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  • College expenses for the children of divorced Texas parents
    College expenses for the children of divorced Texas parents

    When we talk about college expenses what exactly do we mean by that term? Tuition for attending classes at a college or university is probably the first thing that most of us think about. Room and ...

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  • College Savings and Divorce in Texas
    College Savings and Divorce in Texas

    To get a divorce in Texas and not have some language contained in your Final Decree of Divorce that takes into consideration the need to prepare and save for your child’s college education would be a ...

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  • What to believe (and not believe) about family law cases in Texas
    What to believe (and not believe) about family law cases in Texas

    Yesterday we posted a blog that introduced the topic of some commonly held beliefs about Texas family law cases that may not be exactly true. Today we will continue with this subject and hopefully ...

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  • Paying for college after a divorce
    Paying for college after a divorce

    If you are going through a divorce or are beginning the process right now then there are probably a lot of immediate considerations on your mind. How are you going to pay for your divorce? How long is ...

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  • Child Support and College Tuition in Texas
    Child Support and College Tuition in Texas

    In the United States, a parent is obligated to support his or her children, regardless of whether parents are married to each other or not. In Texas, we have guidelines regarding what amount to set ...

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