common prenuptial agreement clauses

Common Prenuptial Agreement Clauses

Prenuptial agreements are contracts agreed to between two individuals before they get married or enter into a civil partnership. A prenup provides details concerning how assets will be divided if the marriage or civil partnership ends. While many couples do not think prenups are needed, or are just for the rich and famous, they can…

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modifying divorce decree

Modifying Your Divorce Decree: What You Need to Know

Finalizing a divorce can be a very lengthy process involving multiple mediations over issues including the division of assets, child custody, child support payments, and alimony, among other contentious issues. Once the divorce decree has been signed, the divorce process is complete; but situations may arise over time that require the decree to be modified….

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child abuse defense attorney

How We Defend Allegations of Child Abuse

Being a parent is not easy, and it takes constant hard work, love, and care to protect and raise a child. Unfortunately, some parents are accused of abusing their children when they are simply trying to be a good parent. In Texas, data from the Texas Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS) shows that there…

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Texas Child Support Guidelines

Explaining Texas Child Support Guidelines

It’s no secret that a divorce can put immense strain on not only the couple involved, but also on others around them. While the overall process of divorce is stressful, trying to navigate the complex laws surrounding child custody and child support can put added pressure on those in already strained relationships who often don’t…

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Stepparent Adoptions in Texas

Stepparent Adoptions In Texas

Adopting a child can be one of the most exciting processes for parents and families to go through. While many families make the decision to adopt for various reasons, stepparent adoption is the most common. Over 100,000  child adoptions occur within the U.S. each year. Examining the ins-and-outs of stepparent adoption and what it entails…

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Paternity Rights

Texas Paternity Rights

Each family is unique in its structure and circumstances. While in some instances a child’s biological parents are married, this isn’t the case for all families. In fact, many parents choose not to get married or otherwise conceive a child outside of wedlock. Paternity is legally presumed when parents are married; however, it can’t be…

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