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Can grandparents try to obtain visitation in Texas?

In Texas, grandparents do not have the same rights as some other states may allow for. Part of the reason for this is that the United States Supreme Court previously ruled that grandparents don't have a constitutional right to visitation with their grandchildren. This is because it's up to parents to determine who gets to see their children in the majority of cases.

As children age, you may need to change your custody schedule

Child custody modification is something parents don't always want to think about, especially if the initial custody plan was difficult to come up with. Still, as children age and situations change, there may come a time when it's necessary to adjust your custody schedule.

What can you do if you're unhappy with your marriage?

Sometimes, you'll find yourself in a situation that you're unhappy with. In most cases, you'll find a solution and move on. For more significant situations, like your marriage, you don't want to make a rash decision. That's why you've waited so long to talk to your spouse about divorce.

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