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March 2014 Archives

Texas man allegedly thought his legal separation was a divorce

When two people come to the end of a marriage, they must participate in important legal processes that validate the termination of their marriage. If an individual fails to comprehend the implications and underlying principles associated with divorce, as well as its distinction from legal separation, they may later face negative legal repercussions.

Man asks Texas judge to make ex-wife pay back child support

Many parents express concern regarding the process of raising a child after having undergone a divorce. It is not uncommon for two parents to disagree about the essential responsibilities and finances associated with the future care of their child. This may lead to legal proceedings that establish child support arrangements, which are designed to uphold the best interests of the child.

Father faces family law issue, seeks custody of daughter

In Texas, when either married or unmarried couples choose to separate, the fate of any children that resulted from these relationships may be determined by court. Parents often disagree about significant family law matters that will affect their children, such as custody or adoption arrangements.

Two brothers may receive child custody-related prison sentences

When a marriage dissolves within the state of Texas, the divorce court may address each parent’s individual visitation and custody arrangement with any children that are involved. Child custody establishes a set routine that is meant to provide children with the most optimal and stable living condition possible.

Study addresses prominence of divorce in relation to U.S. economy

Issues related to money matters, including financial dishonesty and conflicting spending practices, are some of the most widely noted reasons why couples in Texas choose to end their marriages. Recent findings indicate that America’s improving economy is causing an increase in the national divorce rate.