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Child custody: Get a co-parenting boost through technology

Divorcing can eliminate many painful issues from your life, but if you share children with your ex, a split may introduce other problems. For example, many divorced Texas parents find that they have more contact with one another than is ideal. This is especially so when co-parents are not on the same page regarding child custody and visitation scheduling.

Can I move out of state with my child after a divorce?

Divorced parents have many valid reasons why they wish to move out of the state once a divorce occurs. A parent might receive a good job offer outside of Texas or wish to live closer to his or her family members. Although it is the right of single parents to seek a better income or a more desirable living arrangement, they must still comply with child custody orders.

How you can make custody exchanges stress-free

Dealing with child custody issues can be daunting for parents. Children are impressionable and will struggle with the custody arrangements no matter how well they have been planned out for the best interests of the child. The most difficult part of a custody arrangement is typically when parents exchange custody of their children. Here's how you can make the exchange as stress-free as possible in Round Rock.

Visitation rights when parents live far away from each other


When parents get divorced in Texas, they must resolve a couple major issues involving the children. These issues are child custody, also known as conservatorship, and visitation, also known as possession. Custody determines which parent will make the decisions for the children and visitation determines when each parent will have the children in their care.

Parents' rights to child custody when they are not married


There are many parents who have children in Texas, but were not married to the other parent at the time the child was born. This is becoming more and more common. These parents are no less a parent than those who are married when they have children in a biological sense, but the law does not see them in the same way. Mothers always have legal rights to the child, but the fathers are treated differently.

When can one modify a child custody order in Texas?


When parents go through a divorce in Texas, they generally result in the parents having a child custody order. These orders govern which parent will be making decisions for the children and when each parent will have the children with them. These initial child custody orders are made either by the agreement of the parents or by a judge after analyzing a number of factors to determine what is in the child's best interest.

Courts understand the importance of a dad in a child's life

Throughout the United States, including Round Rock and Austin, Texas, many aspects of society have changed over the last half century, including the roles of family members. Decades ago, it was common to assume that the father or "man of the house" would be the breadwinner. They would focuse on his career during the day or night to earn an income for his family, while the mother would stay home to take care of the children and the home.

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