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The Benefits of Mediation in A High-Value Divorce

You have many options on how to approach your divorce. There is traditional litigation, where you argue in court and let a judge determine the outcome. On the opposite end is an uncontested divorce, where you have no disagreements on terms, a common method for those with no children or assets…

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How Can You Prevent Divorce from Ruining Your Role as A Father?

Continuing in your role as a father when you are going through a divorce from your spouse in Texas can be troubling during the first little while. Especially if your children are struggling to understand what has happened to the relationship between their parents and have shown feelings of resentment or anger towards you…

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What Happens When One Parent Lies During Custody Proceedings?

Texas child custody proceedings are some of the most hotly contested and emotionally trying aspects of divorce. As a result, it is not too surprising when one parent fails to play by the rules and fudges the truth a bit…

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How can I create a parenting schedule?

Co-parenting in Texas is no easy feat for divorced couples. While you naturally want what’s best for your kids, you and your ex may be at odds when it comes to things like scheduling or making decisions about healthcare and academics. To help your co-parenting efforts and reduce stress between you and your former spouse, Very Well Family offers the following insight…

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How Can I Deal with The Holidays as a Single Father?

The holidays can be tough for single fathers in Houston. While it’s supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, you may find yourself feeling lonely and out of sorts. These feelings are perfectly valid, and many single fathers experience them this time of year…

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How Counseling Can Help You Through Divorce

When people announce they are getting a divorce, the most common response from others is something along the lines of "I hope you have a good attorney." While having an excellent family law attorney is very important as you move through your divorce, there is another type of professional support that can also make your experience less traumatic…

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What If Your Ex-Spouse Wants to Move Away?

Maintaining a constant presence in your kids' lives becomes more difficult when you and your spouse choose to divorce. The increased space placed between you and them makes being their whenever they need parental guidance almost impossible (even in situations where you and your ex-spouse are joint managing conservators)…

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New Study Confirms Shared Physical Custody Is Best

You may be steeling yourself as you prepare for custody negotiations in Texas, sure that, because you are a father, you will come out of the discussion with much less time with your child than you want…

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Will I Lose My Business in My Divorce?

If you are going through a divorce and you own a business, you may fear that in the end, you will not only lose your marriage but also your business. While this very well could happen, it is important that you protect yourself before you ever get to this point. According to NFIB, the ideal situation is that you protect your business through a prenuptial agreement…

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2 People Injured in Apparent Dispute Over Child Custody

Read MoreWhen two parents are divorcing each other in Texas, often one of the most difficult challenges they will face is deciding on a shared custody agreement that will best benefit them and their children. In many situations, parents are unable to make these decisions amicably and courts have to get involved to expedite the decision-making process…

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