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  • Parenting Coordination- What is it and how it can affect my family?
    Parenting Coordination- What is it and how it can affect my family?

    Parenting Coordination and Facilitation is defined in the Texas Family Code as: “An impartial third party appointed by the court, or by mutual mediated agreement, to assist parents in resolving issues ...

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  • Balancing life, work and your children after a divorce
    Balancing life, work and your children after a divorce

    In today’s world, it is common for both parents to work. Gone are the days where mom stayed home to raise the kids and tend to the home while dad went out into the world to earn a living for his ...

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  • What to do When Your Child Does Not Want to Visit the Other Parent
    What to do When Your Child Does Not Want to Visit the Other Parent

    You spent a long time in mediation negotiating and getting your custody order worked out so that both you and your ex were satisfied with it. Or maybe you fought a long custody battle that ended in a ...

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  • Dirty Divorce Trick - Turning into a Temporary “Helicopter” Parent
    Dirty Divorce Trick - Turning into a Temporary “Helicopter” Parent

    Recently, we had a case where I was able to observe a husband become a “helicopter” parent. He used his new-found involvement with the children to strongly negotiate for additional time with the ...

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  • What to Do When CPS Asks for a Drug Test in Texas
    What to Do When CPS Asks for a Drug Test in Texas

    Quite frequently I get the call from potential clients when they have come under the radar of CPS after someone has placed an anonymous call to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services . ...

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  • The Holidays During Your Texas Divorce?
    The Holidays During Your Texas Divorce?

    As the old adage goes: you can pick your friends, but you can't pick your family. This is true to a great extent, however, any person who's going through a divorce can tell you that your spouse can ...

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