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The Texas Family Code only permits you to get into one marriage and any marriage after that it considers void by law. You must first dissolve your first valid marriage before you get into a subsequent marriage. The second marriage becomes valid if it becomes active after the first marriage is di...

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The common meaning of the term “conservator” is an individual appointed by a court to oversee the preservation of the property of an incapacitated person. But in Texas, a custodial parent is referred to as a conservator while custody arrangements for divorced or separated parents are called conse...

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Spousal maintenance or alimony can only be provided after conditions specified in the Texas Family Code have been met. Texas courts require that one spouse offer financial support to the other spouse after a divorce. But the recipient must qualify for the post-marital financial support.

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During a divorce process, settling custodial and support obligations for children of the separated spouses is important to ensure that the spouses honor certain responsibilities. Honoring those responsibilities protects the children from getting hurt. A child support lawyer may be able to explain...

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Normally grandparents play a unique role in many families that helps in keeping the family together. This includes acting as a nanny for their grandkids when their parents are away at work or other engagements. But sometimes they have to step in and raise their grandkids when the parent’s are dea...

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Many times in legal proceedings that include children, the term “best interest of the child” arises. This term is most prominent in suits affecting the parent-child relationship. What is considered the best interest of the child and when is it important? Let’s discuss.

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Protecting the interests of a ward, or proposed ward is a Texas court’s primary interest. In order to protect those interests, the court may appoint individuals with distinct duties to represent a ward or proposed ward. Two of those individuals are called a guardian ad litem and an attorney ad li...

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Divorce is one of the most emotional proceedings in Texas courts. What can make divorce an even more emotional happening is the possibility of supporting an ex-spouse, oftentimes in addition to the division of community property and the payment of child support.

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Any mention of bigamy at a gathering can easily spark a heated debate anywhere in Texas. The Texas family code makes it clear that an individual can only have one spouse. You cannot marry another person when you are still married to someone. But some people still choose to migrate around Texas an...

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