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Speak with your attorney if you want to seek primary custody

Child custody is a common factor in divorces in Texas. When parents decide that they can't live together anymore, they have to determine how to take care of their children. Some parents nest, which means that they stay in the marital home. Others sell their home and move to apartments, making their children travel back and forth. In some cases, one parent takes on custody and the other gets none, such as in cases of abuse.

You can fight relocation to keep your child close

You love your child, but you and your ex-spouse did not get along as a married couple. As a result, you separated and divorced. You had a good custody schedule, where both of you spent around 50% of the time with your child. Everything seemed good for a while, but now your ex is asking to relocate and take your child with them.

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.

Come up with a custody plan with these tips

There has likely never been a time when a divorcing couple has looked at each other and thought that coming up with a custody plan was easy. There are many things to consider, such as their personal responsibilities, their child's engagements, school districts and other factors.

Understand custody and fight for your share

As a parent who is going through divorce, you may not be sure how to handle the custody of your child. The good thing to remember is that most courts encourage parents to share time with their children and to make sure their children have both parents in their lives at least some of the time.

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