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Top 5 Divorce Tips for Business Owners

Top Five Divorce Tips For Business Owner 1. Don’t Wait Divorce is NOT fun. It can be a lengthy, emotional and expensive process. Many Texas residents find themselves dragging their feet despite the fact the marriage is clearly over. This may be to avoid hurting the children, to prolong a nasty property fight or any...

Top 10 Jobs with the Highest Divorce Rates in 2019

Half of all marriages end in divorce. The factors that impact this number have been long-studied and include age, ethnicity, childhood, and generation. Another factor in predicting the divorce rate of a couple is their careers. Job demands and income play an intrinsic role. According to job search powerhouse, Zippia, and data analyzed from U.S....

Inconsistent Visitation and Resulting Problems

Once a court order is in place concerning possession and access, parties and their children tend to acclimate to the new schedule without too many problems.  However, if the possessory parent (the parent who does not have the exclusive right to designate the primary residence of the children) has an obstacle when regularly exercising possession,...

Avoid a Common Child Support Pitfall: Do NOT Make Child Support Payments Directly to the Receiving Conservator

Every order that requires one party (Obligor) to pay child support to another party (Obligee) will outline how the Oblligor is to make payments. It will say the following: Payment – IT IS ORDERED that all payments shall be made through the state disbursement unit at Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit, P.O. Box 659791, San...

Can Grandparents Ask the Court to Order Possession and Access in Texas?

Under the Texas Family Code, there are certain circumstances where grandparents can file a suit requesting the court to grant them possession of or access to their biological grandchildren. However, there are certain statutory requirements that the grandparent must prove before the Court can award possession and access to grandparents in Texas. First, the grandparent(s) must...