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February 2018 Archives

Lesbian couple challenges Christian adoption standard

There are many couples in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, who want to adopt. Some only want to adopt babies, while others are open to adopting older and special needs children. Sometimes, couples pursuing adoption may face hurdles and allege that those hurdles are due to unfair discrimination, as is the case with a Texas lesbian couple.

Military marriages should be started with care

There have been military marriages in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, for centuries. Many of those marriages start when the couple is in their early twenties. Everyone hopes that those marriages will grow and prosper and avoid military divorce.

Get a cohabitation property agreement when living together

Many couples in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, live together either before getting married or instead of getting married. If they break up and decide to live apart, that can be kind of sad. If one of them takes the other's stuff, however, that can be really sad.

Divorced parents should plan summer vacations now

Many divorced parents in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, find that the most emotionally challenging issue that arises from their divorce is not who got the cash, the stocks, the bonds or even the house. It is, of course, the time that they get parenting their children, which is more valuable to most fathers and mothers than all of the material things put together. Although the basic child custody arrangements are typically in place at the time the divorce is finalized, parents can do the right thing for their children by maintaining clear communication about how periods like summer vacations will be handled.

Get a prenup with care

Many intelligent people in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, understand the benefits brought by having well-written prenuptial agreements in place before their marriage starts. Prenuptial agreements, often referred to as prenups, establish a mutually agreed-to financial structure for the marriage and for after the marriage if it ends in divorce. Prenups can make very clear what each marital partner expects in regards to the management and control of material assets.

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