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Car registration renewal to be refused if child support is behind

Noncustodial parents in Texas who struggle to keep up to date with obligated payments may not be aware that the Office of the Attorney General has announced a new method of enforcement. Those whose child support payment are behind for 180 days or more will not be allowed to renew the registration of their vehicles. This new law will take effect on Sept. 1.

Child custody and access to school records must be determined

When a Texas couple with children gets divorced, the parties will stop being spouses, but they will always be parents. Working on a practical parenting plan can be an emotional process, but most parents are committed to child custody arrangements that will be in the best interests of the children. One area of responsibility that may need particular attention is the post-divorce arrangements related to the access of both parents to the children's school records.

Negotiations for property division best done with legal guidance

Those going through a divorce in Texas typically want it over and done with as soon as possible. This mindset can have adverse consequences, though, as matters agreed to at this time may affect a person's finances both immediately after the divorce and for many years to come. It makes good sense to retain the services of an experienced divorce attorney to provide guidance throughout negotiations about property division and other divorce matters.

Prenuptial agreement important for an older couple

Texas residents who are considering marriage later in life have many aspects to consider. Choosing between marriage and cohabitation is complicated, as each option has pros and cons to evaluate. These are important decisions that may deserve the advice and guidance of skilled legal counsel to ensure informed choices are made. When one or both parties in an older couple have accumulated assets and/or built successful businesses, a prenuptial agreement may be worth considering as a viable proposition.

Child custody and co-parenting can be as flexible as parents want

Some of the most emotional decisions that Texas parents in divorce have to make involve their children. More and more people are advocating for courts to order co-parenting as a norm rather than an exception in child custody hearings. Parents who have gone through divorces and had learned valuable lessons are spreading the message that co-parenting may be the least traumatic manner to ensure ongoing parent-child relationships despite living in separate homes.

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