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When Can You Change Your Custody Agreement?

When Can You Change Your Custody Agreement?

Your child custody agreement is legally binding until you officially modify them with the court. While Texas courts understand that such modifications are often necessary, they don’t allow modifications except in situations in which the relevant circumstances have...
When Can One Parent Get Sole Custody?

When Can One Parent Get Sole Custody?

In Texas, sole custody really does not exist unless your co-parent has passed away or has their parental rights terminated. The concept of “assigning” a child to one parent or the other is a bit outdated. In fact, some states use a system that allocates parental...
What Should I Wear In A Divorce Court?

What Should I Wear In A Divorce Court?

If your divorce is headed to court, you have plenty on your mind. One factor that you may not have given much thought but that you should consider is what you will be wearing to divorce court. If you don’t give the matter some thought ahead of time, you could be...
How to keep focus at work during your divorce?

How to keep focus at work during your divorce?

Divorce affects every facet of your life, so it is probably no surprise that this includes your job. Staying focused at work is as important for your peace of mind and emotional well-being as it is for your career, and fortunately, there are some useful tips that can...
How to File for Divorce During the Pandemic?

How to File for Divorce During the Pandemic?

A lot of people have an attitude that the Covid-19 pandemic is “over.” This is simply not the case. If you are preparing to file for divorce in Texas, be prepared for Covid protocols to still be in effect. Effective April 1, 2022, the Supreme Court of Texas again...
Do You Have to Prove Adultery in a Divorce?

Do You Have to Prove Adultery in a Divorce?

In a word, no, you do need to prove adultery to get divorced in Texas. The Lonestar State, like many states, has no-fault divorces laws. Texas does still also have at-fault divorces as an option. If adultery is to blame in your divorce, you do have the choice of using...