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October 2013 Archives

Missing child in Texas returned to grandparents

Shortly after the Copperas Cove Police Department announced a suspected interference with a child custody case involving a missing child, the 2-year-old was returned to her grandparents. The toddler was taken from them by the biological mother on Oct. 23, but the grandparents had legal custody of the child.

Division of marital assets during a divorce

When someone goes through the break-up of a marriage in Texas, they transition out of one part of their life into a new season. Dealing with the division of financial assets and liabilities takes time to negotiate, but divorce can be a positive change once some of these hurdles are overcome.

Common pre-divorce mistakes to avoid

People in Texas and elsewhere file for divorce when they are feeling angry or bitter. It is easy to make mistakes when one is in an emotional state and to thus overlook important steps that should be taken before heading to court. These hasty decisions can have significant financial consequences after the divorce is finalized.

Dividing up real property in a divorce

Couples in Texas getting a divorce might want to ensure that they define the terms of their divorce settlements completely and clearly. In particular, the ownership of a couple's home and the responsibility for making payments on underlying mortgage debt needs to be completely addressed.

Divorce and college financial aid

Parents of college-bound children in Texas and elsewhere that seek financial aid are usually required to fill out a standardized application form that is used by most public colleges and universities. This form, known as FAFSA, requires certain financial disclosures to be made. However, some of the disclosures differ depending upon the marital status of the parents. In the case of divorced parents, Child custody plays a role, especially in terms of where the young person is deemed to reside.

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