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Father on the run after interfering with child custody

When a child is unlawfully removed from the custody of the court-appointed custodian, it may cause extreme anguish for the parent or guardian. Removing a child without the consent of the custodial parent or another person who has child custody may be regarded as custodial interference. In Texas, such actions could have severe consequences for a person, making himself or herself guilty of kidnapping or abduction of a minor.

How can fathers prepare for child custody responsibilities?

Shared child custody is the choice of many divorcing parents in Texas. However, once that decision is made, the details have to be worked out. Devising a workable parenting plan may prove to bring about some issues that were not anticipated when deciding on joint child custody.

Knowing where to file for child custody may be complicated

Some Texas parents may consider filing for child custody but are unsure of the procedures, and when more than one state is involved, they may not know where to file. The family law statutes may differ from state to state, and parents may want to take advantage of the services of a legal professional. The circumstances of every child custody case are different, and an experienced family law attorney will be able to inform the parent of his or her legal rights relative to the state or states involved.

Opting for natural insemination -- what about child custody?

Texas couples or women who have been unable to conceive and carry a child, or those who are without a male partner, may be exploring artificial insemination as an alternative to adoption. According to an Internet forum, natural insemination is gaining popularity, as it avoids the invasive procedures of artificial insemination. Natural insemination involves women seeking donors on the Internet to fertilize them through intercourse, and men offering this service at no cost. While this may sound like the ideal money-saving solution, compared to the fees charged by sperm banks, it can become a legal nightmare. Child custody and child support claims are but some of the issues that may arise.

Halle Berry back in court over parental rights issue

Many Texas parents want what is best for their children. While going through a divorce is never easy, most parents find it emotionally challenging to come to agreements over the parental rights that they believe will have an impact on the lives of their children. Many of those who struggle to get past this stage of the divorce proceedings choose to utilize the services of a mediator. The objective input of such a professional often facilitates communication and compromise that would otherwise not have been possible.

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