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  • Jurisdictional Challenges that Could Impact Your Texas Divorce
    Jurisdictional Challenges that Could Impact Your Texas Divorce

    Where Should I File for Divorce? Divorce often coincides with a move by one or both spouses. As the family unit splits, one spouse may find themselves needing to move to accept a better job or live ...

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  • Moving On From Your Divorce with Travel
    Moving On From Your Divorce with Travel

    Why are more divorcées electing to travel post-divorce? Even when you know divorce is the best option for your family, it can be difficult moving past the divorce. Divorce may leave you in a state of ...

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  • Who Will Keep the Family Pet in my Texas Divorce?
    Who Will Keep the Family Pet in my Texas Divorce?

    How do courts determine who will keep the family pet after a divorce in Texas? Pets are an important part of the family for many households across Texas. If you and your spouse have decided to divorce ...

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  • Texas Courts Refuse to Recognize Cynthia Sinatra as Common-Law Wife of Frank Sinatra, Jr.
    Texas Courts Refuse to Recognize Cynthia Sinatra as Common-Law Wife of Frank Sinatra, Jr.

    Is common-law marriage legal in Texas? A Texas Supreme Court order recently ended Cynthia Sinatra’s legal quest to be recognized as the common-law wife of Frank Sinatra, Jr. Cynthia, a Texas attorney, ...

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  • Seeking Visitation With Your Grandchild
    Seeking Visitation With Your Grandchild

    Can I get visitation with my grandchild in Texas? Grandparents often play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren, nurturing and guiding the next generation. While most grandparents are ...

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  • Texas Fathers Fight for Equal Custody Rights
    Texas Fathers Fight for Equal Custody Rights

    How is child custody determined in Texas? A group of Texas fathers are fighting to get a law passed that would allow for equal custody for both parents during a divorce. Texas House Bill 453 is ...

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