Daily Archives: October 4, 2019


How To Start Your Divorce in a Texas Family Court
  When you are trying to file for divorce in a Texas Family court, for sure there will be a lot of things that you would be considering. You will be anxious about what you need to do before you divorce your spouse and how you should prepare for it. Even if you know exactly how to prepare for your divorce, it can be tough if you don’t know how to start the process exactly. You will also be considering many things aside from the first steps you will have to take when you file for divorce in a Texas Family Court. Your primary concern will likely be how your children will be affected by the divorce. Your second major concern would be how the divorce could affect your financial status. We understand because this is what most (if not all) people considering a divorce are thinking about.   Goals To Get Through The Overwhelming Threat of Divorce   Even considering filing for divorce in a Texas family court can be overwhelming. The things that come with the divorce case will be mind-blowing as well. Before you tackle a divorce in a Texas family court, you need to be prepared. At the very least, you need to set some goals to help you focus your energy throughout the entire ordeal of your divorce. You should aim to regain control of your life. Make it a point to also think before you act. Obviously, you’ve never planned to get divorced, but here you are, considering filing a divorce in a Texas family law court. It might feel that things are getting out of control like you’re driving a truck on a sloping road without brakes. However, you can still be control of the situation. Get as much information as you can […]

How to Start a Divorce in Texas


non custodial father
You recently got divorced. Your ex-partner has custody over your kids. Now, you’re living on your own or at least living apart from them. Does this sound familiar? If it does, chances are you might be worrying about how you can still be a father to your children. Well, as much as this is a rather scary thought, this really shouldn’t worry you so much. Just because you don’t have custody over your children doesn’t mean being a father to them is impossible.  There are still some things you can do to work around it. Keep in Touch The first thing you can do to help work around this situation would be to do your best to keep in touch with them. With the advent of technology, keeping in touch with people is relatively easy now. There is absolutely no excuse for you to not contact them. Whether it be through phone calls or video calls, messaging apps, or anything like that, checking in on your kids nowadays is practically one button-touch away. Check on them and ask them how they are, how their day was, what they’ve been up to, and the like. Let them know you still care and that you’re still there. Just because you’re not around physically doesn’t mean you still aren’t there for them at all. Just think of it as a long-distance relationship of sorts. Talk to Your Ex Just because you two are now divorced doesn’t mean you can be good co-parents with one another, especially if you two aren’t on bad terms. Work together with your ex to at least be great parents to your children. Working together helps make it less confusing for your kids when they still see that mom and dad, though they aren’t together anymore, are still working […]

How to Keep Your Role as a Father to Your Kids After Divorce When You Are a Non-Custodial Parent