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What you need to know about child support in Texas


Some of the most difficult cases that go through the judicial process are cases that involve child support issues. Most parents want what is best for their children, but the acrimony that can exist between two parents can make these types of cases toxic. For those who are going to find themselves in this type of case, or for those who are already embroiled in a child support case, there are some important aspects of child support in Texas to know.

We offer more than litigation for divorce property division


Ending a marriage is a difficult step, and when a Texas resident does decide to take that step, they need someone they can trust on their side. Someone who can understand that this is an emotional time and represent them and their long-term interests. During the divorce process, it is important to ensure all the complicated paperwork is completed accurately, otherwise, there may me legal pitfalls down the road.

How does property distribution take place in Texas?


If a divorcing couple does not have children, the most contentious divorce legal issue they will face at the end of their marriage will be that of property division. Ideally, the couple can agree with one another as to how they will divide their property, but this rarely happens and courts must decide how to divide it.

What should a parenting plan cover?


As much as Texas residents would like to believe they can simply pick up and move on after their marriage has ended, this clean break is not entirely possible if the couple had children. Even though the couple's legal relationship with one another is finished, they are still going to consult one another with regards to decisions about the children. And, research has demonstrated time and time again that co-parenting is the best approach to raise children after a divorce.

Why choose a collaborative law divorce?


Deciding to end a Texas marriage is a difficult one for couples to make, and for many, it is just the beginning of the process -- between property distribution, child support and alimony disputes, the divorce process can be lengthy and emotionally draining. This is perhaps why there has been a recent increase in collaborative law divorces.

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