Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparents Rights in Texas

Grandparents Rights in TexasGrandparents are often an integral part of the family unit. In Texas alone, more than 633,650 children under age 18 live with their grandparents. It’s not uncommon for grandparents to take a more active role when the family unit is disrupted by death, divorce, abuse, job loss, or incarceration. This article explores … Read moreGrandparent Rights in Texas

Establishing Paternity in Texas

Establishing Paternity in Texas

What is paternity and why is establishing paternity in Texas important? Paternity is more than just the idea of being a dad, it is a legal status that creates specific rights, as well as obligations. Basically, it is the legal identification of a child’s father.  By establishing paternity in Texas, the father ensures his child is eligible for … Read moreEstablishing Paternity in Texas

Eight Tips for Surviving the Holidays with Kids after Divorce

Holidays with kids after divorce

The holiday season can be a wonderful time of the year, but also a stressful one. This is especially true for parents who are recently divorced and now must abide by a visitation schedule that splits their children’s time between two homes. To cope, parents sometimes overcompensate, overindulge, and overreact. But it doesn’t have to … Read moreEight Tips for Surviving the Holidays with Kids after Divorce

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