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The world is currently being taken over by a pandemic known as the novel coronavirus, also known as Covid-19. After a few months, the virus has spread practically all over the world. People are scrambling, trying to figure out how to deal with this new and never-before-seen type of coronavirus. While scientists are still trying to find a cure for the virus, we should not panic. There are still ways to protect yourself from the virus and avoid contracting it. The Current Situation in Texas and US As of March 14, the number of coronavirus cases in the US has […]

Protecting Your Family from COVID-19



Divorce is the end of an anticipated lifetime partnership. Thus, it is not easy to accept, and for some people with psychological issues, it can be a huge blow to their ego. A narcissist can have different reactions towards divorce, but it is still a form of rejection and failure that they would usually feel they don’t deserve. Narcissist Strategies in Divorce One of the tendencies of narcissists is that they rarely admit their fault and eventually, blame others for their failures. This is often demonstrated in divorce, and the narcissistic spouse will do everything to divert the fault since […]

Narcissist Spouses: How They Act in Divorce


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Understanding the Process The process of obtaining child custody in Texas can really be an arduous and perplexing task. Many parents think that they can just explain to a judge why he or she should be granted full custody. However, the process is much more than just that. The judge can even decide on not giving full custody of the child to either parents. The judge may decide so if both parents are unfit. In this article, the importance of getting full custody over a child will be tackled.  What is Full Custody? Full custody means it includes both legal […]

The Importance of Obtaining Full Custody During Divorce   Recently updated !



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  Issues in Child support in Texas Family Law Courts are often raised when a married couple starts seeking a divorce. If you happen to be the person who will have to pay child support, you are probably thinking that the amount you will have to pay is too much. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t want to support your child, or that you don’t love your child. Oftentimes, it’s just that you don’t want to pay money that will go directly to your ex’s hands. Many people have mixed emotions while fighting for child support in Texas Family […]

 Fighting for Child Support in Texas Family Law Courts     Recently updated !


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A divorce will bring about numerous changes in a family. One can even say that there is no family anymore since there would only be a parent and a child in one home, with the other parent somewhere else.  Aside from the physical changes, there would also be legal changes, and that could reflect in the name of the divorced wife if she decides to use her maiden name again. However, the name of the child is a different matter. How to Change a Child’s Surname After Divorce After a divorce, the child’s name will still remain the same. Even […]

Can You Change Your Child’s Surname After Divorce?   Recently updated !



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Virtual Visitation has been successfully incorporated into laws of some states that that are concerned with custody and visitation. Texas is one of these states. Definition The use of any kind of technology to communicate with the child when physical visitation is impossible. Any application or software that allows video chatting and any similar technology are all considered as virtual visitation platforms.  Pros and Cons Virtual visitation is important especially to a parent who works far away from the place of residence of the child. A prime example of this situation is those working overseas such as those serving in […]

The Importance of Virtual Visitation for Separated Parents


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Infertility, or when a woman is unable to conceive a child, is not a ground for divorce in Texas laws. Hence, it cannot be used as a means to dissolve a valid marriage. According to Texas family laws, there are only seven (7) grounds for divorce, and infertility does not fall into any of them. No-fault Divorce Generally, divorce grounds in Texas may be considered into two categories: the “no-fault” and “fault” divorces. One of the grounds falls under the “no-fault” divorce, one called “Insupportability” under the Texas Family Code, which is the first ground listed under such law. It […]

Is Infertility a Ground for Divorce?