Visitation rights for non-custodial parents may be complicated if a judge orders a ‘reasonable visitation’ schedule in a Texaschild custody case. This generally means that the court requires the parents to work out a schedule that is in the child’s best interests, is fair to both parents, and allows the non-custodial parent adequate time with… Read More
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Adultery leading to divorce in Texas may affect a Texas child custody case. In a child custody case, the court’s responsibility is to do what is in the best interest of the child by looking at both parents’: character; financial viability; and living situation to determine a safe and healthy custody arrangement. In general, adultery… Read More
A tax deduction for children typically is available only to the custodial parent, who may claim the child as a dependent. But there are a few exceptions to this rule that may allow non-custodial parents to claim child tax deductions. Possible Tax Deductions for Children Having a dependent child qualifies a custodial parent for a… Read More
In a same-sex custody case, non-biological parents may face problems regarding their status as the child’s legal parent. If the non-biological parent did not adopt the child, then legally this may affect his or her status as the child’s parent and could be detrimental to any push to obtain custody rights. Meanwhile, gay and lesbian… Read More
Texas does not recognize legal separations. This means the laws prevent married people from legally separating their property. Find help with a divorce lawyer.
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