While the Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, areas include many happy families, there are others that have been torn apart by the separation or divorce of the parents. In those cases, Texas family law addresses custody and visitation rights. Everyone knows that this is done in regards to the parents of the children; however, it may also be done with regards to the grandparents of the children.
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.
Many marriages in Fort Worth, Texas, and Tarrant, Texas, end in divorce. When that happens, family law allows for modifications of the divorce decree. Modifications are rarely made in regards to property division, but are made often in child-related areas, such as custody and visitation. Indeed, within one family, modifications may be made several times between when the children are young and when they graduate high school.
The success of many marriages depends upon the attitudes of the spouses toward joint finances. It's why many couples choose to sign prenuptial agreements before marrying.
Keeping your credit score up is one consideration that you might have during a divorce. There are a few reasons why your credit score might dip during or after a divorce. One is something that you likely can't do much about -- your income. The others involve bill payments and similar factors.
In January, two Republican state senators in Texas filed a bill that would allow country clerks to deny signing marriage licenses for same-sex couples if the clerk believes that issuing such a license would violate his or her "sincerely held religious beliefs."
According to your divorce decree, you are required to pay a certain amount in child support every month. While some months have been difficult financially, you have kept current on those payments.
When you are the parent of a special needs child and you are going through a divorce, you and your child will face even more challenges than parents of children without disabilities endure.
Has your partner been a bit distant ever since the holidays? Do you have the feeling that his or her mind may be doing a little wandering?
It's normal to wonder how your life might have been different if you hadn't gotten married or if you had married someone else. However, according to two economists, what you need to do is answer two questions: