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December 2016 Archives

Father mourns loss of sons and fights for new child custody laws

Suffering the unexpected death of one's child is a devastating loss. Texas readers may relate to one father's deep sorrow involving not one, but two of his children. Although nothing can be done to replace his loss, he is determined to fight for changes in child custody laws that he believes are necessary to prevent similar tragedies in the future.

Prenuptial agreement may help prevent asset division problems

Some in Texas may think it highly unromantic to prepare for marriage by entering a legally binding contract with one's intended spouse. Others, however, see many potential benefits in drafting a solid prenuptial agreement before tying the knot. Especially where personal property and assets are concerned, such an agreement may prevent contentious situations from developing should a marriage ever end in divorce.

Helping children through child custody problems during holidays

Ending a marriage just before a holiday season may be especially challenging if one has children. Divorce is seldom stress-free, and the timing of court appointments alongside shopping for Christmas gifts may be a little overwhelming for those involved. A parent in Texas trying to build new memories and create new customs for children may have to get creative to avoid any negativity regarding child custody problems.

Sole custody: What it is and how to request it

There are many reasons a Texas couple may decide to end a marriage. Sometimes, insurmountable differences are a leading consideration. Extramarital affairs or other alleged deceit may be defining factors for others. When children are involved in a divorce, attention typically turns toward joint or sole custody and related issues in an effort to determine which option best aligns with a particular situation.

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