Texas law provides parents with several ways to make child custody arrangements. However, there is a catch: both parents must agree on the child custody arrangement. When parents fail to come to an agreement about custody and visitation, then the courts will step in and make custody decisions.
With divorce comes a plethora of concerns about everything from raising healthy children to living without a spouse. While financial concerns are nearly always present, most people in the midst of divorce spare little or no thought to revising or planning their estates. This is normal and not necessarily, a concern for Texas citizens at the end of their marriages, but shortly thereafter, it is a good idea to give the matter some thought, according to a financial planner with Frances Financial.
When divorce occurs and families with children break apart, the visitation rights of grandparents often take a major hit. If you are a grandparent living in Texas and have been denied access to your grandchildren, there are things you can do to help your situation. All states have family laws addressing the right of grandparents to continue having contact with their grandchildren. The courts believe loving and caring family relationships are healthy for the child and will help grandparents recover their visitation rights if appropriate.
One of the best things about being in a military family unit is the large number of benefits dependents and military members receive. These benefits include reduced housing costs, free or affordable health care, educational perks and access to affordable, low-cost shopping. When children are part of the picture, benefits like these take on an even greater importance.