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Grandparents and Divorce

Understanding the Role of Grandparents in Divorced & Separated Families

When a divorce or a separation happens, it can sometimes be incredibly difficult to navigate – especially when children are involved. Other family members that maintain a close relationship with the children, such as grandparents, will likely feel the effects of a divorce or separation as well. Because of this, it’s important to have a…

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Co-Parenting Texas

Co-Parenting in Texas During COVID-19

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought an onslaught of challenges for many in Texas and across the nation. For those who are divorced or separated, these challenges have been particularly difficult to navigate when children are involved. Because of this – along with the difficulties that can come with divorce to begin with – knowing…

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Attorneys For Minor Children

Court Appointed Attorneys For Minor Children in Family Law Proceedings

Going through divorce and/or child custody proceedings can put an immense amount of stress on those involved. Because these cases often involve sensitive information, as well as information concerning minor children, they can require additional legal assistance by court appointed attorneys. Since there are multiple types of court appointed attorneys for minors, understanding their roles…

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Child custody lawyer

What to Look for When Hiring a Child Custody Lawyer in Texas

Parents seeking the assistance of a child custody lawyer often have many questions and concerns; and, for these reasons, it is crucial to select quality legal representation when pursuing child custody or modifying existing orders. Most people have little to no experience in selecting a child custody lawyer and can easily become overwhelmed by the…

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Texas adoption

Can My Texas Adoption Be Delayed Due to Coronavirus?

Managing and planning for a family during uncertain times such as those as we are currently experiencing is an exhausting and emotional process for parents. The adoption process on its own can and often does bring serious stress to parents due to the sensitive nature of familial relationships compounded by the many complex legal matters…

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Parent speaking to child.

What Does a SAPCR Mean for Me? 

You may have heard of the phrase “Suit Affecting Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR),” but chances are you may be unsure as to its meaning and how it applies to parents. Under Texas family law, when a divorce is filed and involves a child or children, a SAPCR is automatically applied to the filing. A SAPCR is…

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