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November 2017 Archives

3 options to make the holidays work for your family

The holidays are fun, but they can also be hard. You're divorced, and your kids split their time with you and your ex. Usually, this goes very smoothly, but you find it complicated around the holidays because everyone can't realistically be together at the same time.

What you need to do for a deployment divorce

Military service members are trained to follow protocol, and they're extremely good at thinking on their feet. As such, if the service member you're married to has told you that he or she wants to get a divorce, you will need a plan -- and you'll need to stay creative and flexible with that plan -- just like your spouse is going to do.

A prenup can make your company separate property

You're a company owner and now you're getting married. You want to protect yourself and your business in case you get divorced. You're just being realistic. You've been building this company for years and can't let anything compromise your vision or your success.

Visitation in Texas

When parents of young children separate in the Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, areas separate, they often want to know about the future of their children above all other matters. Those parents should understand the things that affect child custody and visitation decisions. In Texas, the custom is to assign parenting rights and responsibilities to both parents barring some compelling reason to the contrary. The formal decree that details those rights and responsibilities is called a Standard Possession Order (SPO).

Can a local celebrity keep a divorce private?

Here in Fort Worth, recent reporting uncovered that public documents pertaining to some local high profile divorces are notably absent from digitally searchable public records databases. While different parties provide varying explanations for how this happened or whether these records were intentionally withheld from public view, they remain absent from the city's digitally-searchable public records. The county contends that these records are simply misfiled or withheld for valid reasons.

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