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November 2019 Archives

Variety of factors involved when determining child custody cases

The decision of how to raise a child is not one that the majority of parents take lightly. And when a relationship between parents ends, it can be difficult to decide how children will be cared for going forward. Texas parents who are facing a child custody decision may benefit from understanding what factors are involved when judges are considering their ruling.

A prenuptial agreement may be vital when planning second marriage

The decision to remarry is often entered into with greater trepidation than a first marriage. There may be many more financial aspects that need to be considered before a couple is ready to enter into a new relationship, especially in light of a future divorce. Texas residents who are preparing to remarry will likely benefit from preparing a prenuptial agreement.

Divorce close to retirement places emphasis on property division

Most couples today likely understand that the happily ever after in a marriage may not be attainable. For those couples who come to the realization that a marriage is no longer sustainable, there are many questions about how an impending divorce may affect future retirement plans. Texas residents who are preparing for a divorce while looking to save their retirement dreams may place an added emphasis on the property division aspects of their proceedings.

Complex child custody case highlights need to protect children

Several years ago, there was little discussion regarding a child's gender identity. However, it has become more common for a child to question whether he or she is being raised in the manner that best represents his or her personal feelings. It is still uncommon for gender identity to play a major role in a child custody case, such as what recently took place in Texas.

Texas city collects an estimated $39.6 million in child support

After the recent close of the federal fiscal year, child support agencies released their year-end figures for collections. One Texas city reported that it collected approximately $39.6 million through child support enforcement. Not all of these monies were the result of stringent enforcement methods, as only an estimated 10 percent of cases require advanced collection methods.

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