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  • What rights does a military spouse have in a Texas divorce?
    What rights does a military spouse have in a Texas divorce?

    If you are married to a member of our armed services then you deserve special recognition as someone who has paid a price, along with your spouse, in order to benefit our nation and your fellow ...

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  • The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas
    The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas

    It is not just your retirement savings or business interests that can be affected financially in a divorce . What you will learn quickly in a divorce is that the areas of your life are interconnected ...

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  • What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?
    What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?

    In a typical child custody hearing in Texas, only the parties to the case (as well as the Attorney General for child support purposes) needs to be given notice of a hearing. However, if there is a ...

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  • The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined
    The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined

    Because of the special circumstances surrounding Native American children, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) was created in 1978. The Act requires child welfare organizations across the nation, ...

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  • Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children
    Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children

    If you are the nonbiological parent to a child you should want to look for ways to legalize your relationship with your child in order to protect your rights. As a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or ...

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  • How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court
    How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court

    One of the tough parts of being a family law attorney is that so much of what we do centers around our ability to convince a judge of something based on the individual circumstances of a case. So, if ...

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