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Family Law Issues and Your Child's Emotions

From a child’s parents filing for divorce to a bitter custody dispute and financial issues stemming from child support payments (for custodial parents as well as those who are obligated to make payments), there are many different family law matters that can be difficult for parents and their children to deal with….

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Disabilities and Child Custody Disputes

There are all sorts of different factors that can affect how child custody is awarded. Sometimes, these factors are completely out of a parent’s control. Unlike drug addiction and financial irresponsibility, some people are disabled, and this could have an impact on their ability to secure custody…

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Should You Ask for The Right of First Refusal?

If your child's other parent has many work or social engagements and events to attend, you may wonder whether he or she will leave your child with a babysitter or family member frequently during his or her parenting time. The goal of a parenting schedule is to allow each of you the opportunity to develop a strong parent-child relationship, and neither of you can do this if your child is with someone else…

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Starting a New Job and Family Law Issues

When it comes to family law matters, there are many concerns that people may have and various challenges that may be encountered. Sometimes, major life changes can have an impact on people from a family law standpoint, such as starting a new job…

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Fathers’ Rights in The Digital Era

In recent years, technology has changed many aspects of life. This is especially true when it comes to personal relationships and the way in which information is shared with others. Moreover, there are a variety of issues that fathers may need to take into consideration if they are preparing for a divorce, in the middle of a difficult custody dispute or are struggling with post-divorce family law matters such as child support…

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Developing a Healthy Plan for Long-Distance Parenting

After your Texas divorce, it may have taken you a while to get used to a new routine with your child. However, new changes are in the works, and you will soon be moving to a new town. At W. Tyler Moore, PC, we help parents modify possession and access schedules that allow them to maintain a strong parent-child bond…

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How Can I Prepare for a Child Custody Case?

A child custody case is often intimidating for parents. You obviously want to present yourself in the best possible light, but you also want to refrain from bad-mouthing the other parent, which most courts look down upon…

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3 Tips for Getting Through Your Divorce in One Piece

No one weds someone believing it will end in divorce. However, the truth is, the divorce rate is not decreasing too much, and if it is, the lower numbers point more to couples not exchanging vows…

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Asserting Paternal Rights for Unmarried Fathers

In the 1950s, it was rare for a child to be born to an unmarried woman in Texas or anywhere else in America. In fact, according to the Child Welfare Information Gateway, only 4% of children were born to unmarried couples in America…

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Can You Relearn How to Communicate with Your Ex?

When the relief of finally being separated from your ex and on the road to divorce has begun to settle in, you may breathe a sigh of relief at the thought that you will not need to communicate much more. However, if the two of you have shared children together in Texas, it might be worth your while to reassess your initial thoughts…

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