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In some counties in Texas, there is a standing order that automatically puts the morality clause in place while parents are going through a divorce. These include counties such as Jasper County, Kaufman County, Fannin County, Erath County and more.

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To speak to our Houston Child Support Lawyers, contact the Longworth Law Firm now. In Texas the parent without primary possession pays child support and has visitation rights. The parent paying child support is called the obligor” and the one receiving the child support amounts on behalf of the c...

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Men may have more to lose in a divorce in terms of health and happiness according to Psychology Today. Women are actually more likely to ask for divorce than men according to the American Sociological Association.

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Many couples that want to file for divorce are often worried about how much it will cost to do that. The truth is that there is no specific cost of divorce because it all depends on a number of factors.

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Most people seeking divorce do not want the process to drag out longer than necessary because that would cost a lot of money and would be emotionally draining. Generally, the amount of time a divorce takes is determined by the parties that are seeking that divorce and their exes.

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They assume that for a common law marriage to be official it has to involve a ceremony of some sort involving a priest or rabbi. The only requirements for a couple to be considered common law married include:

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Parties that want to divorce can either reach an agreement on the divorce terms or go to trial if they cannot agree. If they decide to go to trial, it is up to the court to settle the issues that you and your spouse disagree on

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There is a presumption that declaring both parents as joint managing conservators is in the best interest of the child. However, there are times when the court has to appoint one parent as the sole managing conservator.

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There is no such thing as sole child custody in Texas. In states where sole child custody exists, the person who gets sole custody rights has the right to establish the primary residence of the child. They also have the right to receive child support. But in Texas, custody is called conservators...

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