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  • 10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?
    10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?

    Maybe you have recently started to think about divorce. Or, maybe you are in the middle of your divorce , but you have been so busy that you missed some of our blog posts that could help you a ...

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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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  • The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases
    The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases

    In an era where lesbian, gay and transgender persons are working towards gaining more widespread acceptance of their lifestyles it would only make sense for the legal system to follow suit and honor ...

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  • Visitation essentials for your final order
    Visitation essentials for your final order

    After going through the ups and downs of a child custody or divorce case the last thing you want to have to deal with are final orders that either does not accurately reflect what was agreed upon in ...

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  • An Overview of Visitation in Texas family law cases
    An Overview of Visitation in Texas family law cases

    Negotiating the terms of a settlement related to visitation of your child after a child custody or divorce case can be the most important part of your case. It is not only what is agreed to that is ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer
    The Dirty Trick of Using the Same Divorce Lawyer

    One of the most frequently asked questions that I hear is, “Can my spouse and I use the same attorney for our uncontested divorce ?” The answer is no. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, ...

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