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Texas fathers are fighting back in child custody cases

Whether the divorce of a Texas couple is amicable or not, the process of dissolving a marriage is often very difficult for the adults and little ones involved. Child custody is often a point of contention for both parents, and children are simply caught in the middle. Often custody is given to the mother, but Texas fathers are fighting back and gaining some ground when a child custody battle ensues.

A prenuptial agreement can save a Texas retirement account

A marital breakup can be a hard life situation to go through. The dissolution of a family unit is never easy and the emotional stress can take a severe toll on the separating parties. Divorce and separation can also bring on financial pain, especially for partners who are not used to or have never had the responsibility of handling the couple's finances. Texas couples who are planning to marry should consider protecting their current and future financial assets with a prenuptial agreement.

Texas child support may not be a private matter

The break up of a relationship can be hard, especially so when children are involved. Whether one is a celebrity or an average citizen of Texas, the dissolution of the union can then become open to public scrutiny. One such athlete, Miguel Cabrera, has found himself at the other end of a lawsuit initiated by a woman in another state. She claims that he is not paying enough in child support, and he says she is simply trying to extort him under the guise of child support.

Sole custody can be awarded in Texas if one parent flees

When divorce or separation become the next logical step in a suffering or unhappy Texas union, emotions can run high. When children are involved in the relationship, some parents have the ability to work out the differences and place the needs and best interests of the child first. Others feel that sole custody is the only answer and resort to illegal measures to keep the child from the other parent. 

Seeking legal advice for a toxic Texas divorce

Relationships come to an end for many reasons. When a Texas couple decides that they can no longer foresee a future together, separating may be the next logical step. As the marriage ends, most will agree that an amicable divorce is in the best interest of both parties. Sometimes, one spouse may become impossible to work with and make the process of severing all ties with them hurtful, emotionally draining and time-consuming.

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