Daily Archives: February 22, 2021


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Divorce is a major blow for anyone and for a disabled spouse, going through a divorce might prove to be almost life-threatening. There will be a lot of considerations that you need to think about if you are contemplating on getting a divorce and either you or your spouse is disabled. The person who is disabled will need an able and expert attorney by his or her side to protect his or her rights. There are some pertinent issues that you will have to consider when contemplating divorce with a disabled spouse. Check them out below: 1. Can a disabled […]

Things to Know when Filing for Divorce with a Disabled Spouse


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Custody battles can get very bloody sometimes. They are called battles after all. And just like any battle, this kind will really test you and even push you to the limit sometimes. But you have to remember to keep on keeping on as these things go along because you’re not only fighting for your child, you’re also kind of fighting yourself. Going through a custody battle can help you grow and learn more about yourself. Don’t Sell Yourself Short You will have to fight for what you want and deserve in a custody battle. You of all people know how […]

5 Things You Learn from a Custody Battle



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No matter how you put it, a divorce is not going to be easy, nor will it be anywhere near fun. Imagine, all the hard work and effort you exerted into your marriage just down the drain? That would just seem like a waste. There are countless possible causes to why a marriage comes to a divorce. Especially if it was caused by cheating, money gambling, spending problems, substance addiction, abuse, etc. However, even despite all the suspicions that may arise during this rocky times, you should never ever attempt to spy on your spouse, because whatever you do might […]

Don’t Succumb to Spousal Spying


Child custody and support remain one of the more contentious details of divorce proceedings in Texas. The state of Texas will seek to uphold the parental rights of both parents. This is as long as they have no record of abuse. At the same time, the state will also emphasize the responsibility of the parents look after their children. Thus, even when the parent does not become the primary custodian, Texas courts still impose child support conditions. When the Custodial Parent Dies The issue of child support is secondary if it’s the custodial parent who dies. The first thing to […]

What Happens When the Custodial Parent Dies