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February 2019 Archives

Baby boomer divorce rate has doubled in past 20 years

Current data shows Texas residents and others across the country who were born between 1946 and 1964 have been ending their marriages in court at double the rate of married couples in other age groups. There are reportedly several reasons for this. While deciding to divorce is an intensely personal matter, and every spousal relationship is unique, many baby boomers find they have a lot in common regarding what types of issues prompt them to sever marital ties.

Parents disappointed by lack of child custody enforcement

Texas residents may assume that, once a court order is in place, the order must be followed or a person can face criminal charges. While this is certainly what the laws state, many parents who have orders pertaining to child custody are frustrated that violations by the other parent are being ignored by law enforcement. Now, parents are speaking out and demanding justice. 

From sadness to joy: An adoption story

Families in Texas who suffer the loss of a child often feel as though they may never be happy again. However, it is possible to find a reason to smile once more, even after such an unspeakable tragedy. One out of state family turned their tears of anguish to love as they recently adopted a baby girl, three and a half years after their 23-month-old son lost his life.

A shared child custody plan is what Channing Tatum has in mind

Many Texas parents know what it feels like to live apart from their children. Often, such situations come about when parents decide they want to divorce. It is no secret that divorce has a significant impact on children's lives; however, many kids are able to cope in a healthy manner, especially when their parents work together to create amicable child custody plans. That is what actor Channing Tatum says he is trying to do.

February 2019 Archives | McKinney TX Family Law Blog
Main Menu Practice Areas
Barbara L. Jouette, Attorney, P.C.
888-268-7997 / 214-385-4562

February 2019 Archives

Baby boomer divorce rate has doubled in past 20 years

Current data shows Texas residents and others across the country who were born between 1946 and 1964 have been ending their marriages in court at double the rate of married couples in other age groups. There are reportedly several reasons for this. While deciding to divorce is an intensely personal matter, and every spousal relationship is unique, many baby boomers find they have a lot in common regarding what types of issues prompt them to sever marital ties.

Parents disappointed by lack of child custody enforcement

Texas residents may assume that, once a court order is in place, the order must be followed or a person can face criminal charges. While this is certainly what the laws state, many parents who have orders pertaining to child custody are frustrated that violations by the other parent are being ignored by law enforcement. Now, parents are speaking out and demanding justice. 

From sadness to joy: An adoption story

Families in Texas who suffer the loss of a child often feel as though they may never be happy again. However, it is possible to find a reason to smile once more, even after such an unspeakable tragedy. One out of state family turned their tears of anguish to love as they recently adopted a baby girl, three and a half years after their 23-month-old son lost his life.

A shared child custody plan is what Channing Tatum has in mind

Many Texas parents know what it feels like to live apart from their children. Often, such situations come about when parents decide they want to divorce. It is no secret that divorce has a significant impact on children's lives; however, many kids are able to cope in a healthy manner, especially when their parents work together to create amicable child custody plans. That is what actor Channing Tatum says he is trying to do.