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  • What Is
    What Is "Malicious Parent Syndrome?"

    Divorce and custody lawsuits bring out the worst in parents. These stressful times can cause parents to do unthinkable things to make the other parent look better than the other in the eyes of the ...

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  • Harming your child’s relationship with your ex-spouse is not a smart decision to make
    Harming your child’s relationship with your ex-spouse is not a smart decision to make

    One of the most frustrating things that I have observed in my time as a family law attorney is the tendency for some parents to try and do anything within their power to harm their child’s ...

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  • Visitation with your child after a divorce does not have to be a chore
    Visitation with your child after a divorce does not have to be a chore

    When you and your child are attempting to adjust to life after a divorce , the toughest part of that adjustment may relate to the visitation sessions that you have with your child throughout the year. ...

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  • How make visitation sessions and exchanges run smoothly in your post-divorce life
    How make visitation sessions and exchanges run smoothly in your post-divorce life

    Working together with a person that you just spent months getting a divorce from may seem incredibly counterintuitive, but if you and your ex-spouse have children together that is exactly what you are ...

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  • Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?
    Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?

    If you are a parent going through a divorce or child custody case, having orders in place regarding your children is important if you are attempting to exercise child visitation rights. Too often ...

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  • Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation
    Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation

    There is a dynamic that exists in most every child custody case that is filed in Texas or any other state for that matter. The dynamic is this: one parent identifies a problem and then sets out to ...

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