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February 2016 Archives

Grandparents' visitation rights

Many children in Texas are lucky to have families that love and care about them. In the event of a divorce, however, it can be difficult for grandparents who are stuck in the middle. They may still want to see their grandchildren after the divorce is finalized and it is often in the child's best interest to maintain these relationships regardless of child custody.

Does a social media clause make sense in a prenuptial agreement?

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are popular among many couples in the Houston area. They make sense for many couples, regardless of income. Usually thought of to protect a person's assets before they enter into a marriage, other conditions may be added as well. With the popularity of social media being at an all-time high, a social media clause may be something couples want to look into when drafting a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement.

What happens to child support if a parent goes to prison?

Texas residents who are going through or have gone through a divorce know that there can be many complications. Each divorce or mediation is unique and can have many different aspects that require special attention. Child support is one issue that is important for many families. But what happens to child support if a parent goes to prison?

Why some months are better and worse for filing divorce

People can decide to end their marriage for all kinds of reasons and at all times of the year, but for reasons that aren't entirely clear, some times appear to be more popular than others. As we discussed in a previous blog post, January is the busiest month for divorce filings. For Houston couples who have divorce in the back of their minds, there are pros and cons as to why January may make sense to file for divorce.

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