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What co-parents need to consider when their child starts driving

When you and your spouse divorced and worked out your child custody and support agreements, the day when your child would get their driver's license may have seemed too far down the road to think about. Now it's almost here, and you need to consider how you will handle this new level of responsibility and freedom.

Will your ex's bankruptcy affect your support payments?

Your ex-spouse has been late making their alimony and child support payments in recent months. When you've finally received payments, they often haven't been for the full amount. They tell you they've been having financial difficulties. However, it's been challenging for you and your children, too, because you depend on this money

What should you do if your kids don't like your new partner?

You've been divorced for a while. You've met someone you've come to really care about, and you introduce them to your children. You start slowly with short outings or a pizza-and-movie night at home. However, it soon becomes clear that your kids don't like your new partner. Maybe your daughter ignores them, and your son is openly hostile.

Making a case for child custody if you have a mental illness

Fortunately, mental health issues don't carry the stigma they once did. In general, it's much easier than it used to be for people to acknowledge that they have a problem and seek help. This can include therapy, medication or a combination of the two.

Remaining close to in-laws after divorce can have its challenges

You may have heard friends and colleagues talk about how they dread the occasions when they have to be around their ex-spouse's family -- for example, at events involving your children. However, you are very close to one or more of your in-laws and want to maintain a relationship after your divorce.

Tips from transitioning from spouses to co-parents amid divorce

As you go through your divorce, you and your spouse will transition from being wedded partners to a relationship that is focused on your roles as co-parents. You'll still be in each other's lives for many years -- even when your kids become adults.

Navigating back-to-school time as divorced parents

Back-to-school time can be especially challenging for families where the parents are separated or divorced. If this is your first fall living apart, you're probably still figuring out how best to deal with your kids' school and extracurricular activities this upcoming school year.

A good co-parenting relationship begins with an amicable divorce

Most divorcing couples who have kids want a good co-parenting relationship because they understand that this is what's best for their children. However, how they deal with each other during the divorce as they work out property division, support and child custody agreements often sets the tone for how they will deal with each other as they co-parent their kids. If a couple can remain amicable throughout their divorce, they're taking an important first step toward a positive, effective co-parenting relationship.

Texas divorces and beneficiary designations

If you have an estate plan in place, you'll likely be making some changes to it as soon as your divorce is final -- if not sooner. Chances are you no longer want your soon-to-be ex to have powers of attorney over your health care and finances should you become incapacitated, for example.

New Texas law will provide relief for victims of 'coerced debt'

Many Texans find out only as they go through the divorce process that their spouse has opened credit cards or taken out a loan or line of credit in their name. They may be responsible for many thousands of dollars in debt they can't afford to pay off and left with a credit score that makes getting credit in their own name difficult to impossible.

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