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March 2020 Archives

Financial preparation for a divorce

Although a relatively high percentage of marriages end in divorce, it is possible that you have little or no experience in how the divorce process works. You may be unsure of how to prepare to maximize your chances of an outcome that allows you to maintain a standard of living as close as possible to what you enjoyed during your marriage.

State supreme court rules on parenting agreements in light of the coronavirus

People around the globe are in uncharted waters when it comes to dealing with COVID-19. While the virus is least dangerous to children, many parents are, of course, worried about protecting their children from contracting it. This issue can lead to questions about how to address parental obligations at a time when many are working from home, practicing social distancing, or staying in self-quarantine.

Facing a spouse's infidelity

Whether you are the jealous type or you have complete trust in your spouse, the thought that your husband or wife is having an affair can disrupt your world. You may have first-hand knowledge, perhaps even a confession from your spouse. More than likely, however, you may simply have a suspicion that there is someone else in your partner's life.

What does child support cover?

Texas is like many states in that it uses a general equation to calculate the amount of child support that a non-custodial parent should pay. The formula does not take into consideration the income of the custodial parent, but does consider the number of children, the cost of living, and other relevant factors. Whether determined by a judge or agreed upon by the parents, the idea is to provide for the basic needs of the child or children.

Does marital misconduct count?

Texas is a “no-fault” state when it comes to divorce. Many believe this means that their bad behavior will not affect the outcome of the divorce settlement, particularly concerning dividing assets, support or custody. However, there are specific examples of marital misconduct that can affect the outcome.

Tips to better co-parenting after a divorce

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is finding the right type of custody arrangement that will work best for your family. Many Texas parents choose co-parenting plans, an option that allows the children to have equitable access to both parents. Two co-parents will also typically share responsibility for making important decisions for the children.

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