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December 2015 Archives

How can you prevent paternity fraud?

Of course, it's important that fathers take responsibility for helping to raise and be a role model for their children, even if they are no longer in a relationship with the mother. Financial responsibility is also part of being a father. However, many men throughout Texas and the rest of the country paying child support for children who are not theirs.

5 Tips For Custodial Parents Moving Out Of State

Moving out of state can be stressful, particularly for custodial parents who want to bring their children along. Here are 5 tips for custodial parents, referred to as conservators in Texas, who are considering a move to another state.

Your divorce is final: Now what?

A final divorce settlement means the end of the fighting, right? You've finally gotten what you think is reasonable and fair. Whatever the divorce settlement says is fair is what you're going to receive, right?

Making the holiday season easier for your family after a divorce

The holiday season can be one of the most difficult times for families where the couple is divorced -- particularly if it's your first year living as a split family. Both parents want to spend quality time with their children on the special days, such as Christmas and New Year's. One or both parents may want to make plans to take the kids on vacation. Then, of course, there are grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and other family members from both sides who want time with the children.

What cannot be addressed in a Texas prenuptial agreement?

The old thinking that prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy is just that. Lots of people are protecting themselves against the possibility of divorce by putting a prenup in place early. Did you know that there are certain things that cannot be put in a prenuptial agreement?