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The truth about enforcing grandparents' rights in Texas

There is no disputing that the face of the typical American family has undergone a significant transformation over the last several decades. Indeed, it's not the slightest bit uncommon to find areas throughout the U.S. where traditional nuclear family households, single-parent households and same-sex parent households can all be found on the same street.

Divorce can be complex for couples with pets

Most families couldn't possibly imagine spending any significant amount of time away from their animals, viewing them not just as pets, but rather as one of their own. In fact, it is this level of closeness that makes the divorce process all the more difficult for many families, as difficult decisions will have to be made concerning who will get the pets.

Establishing paternity in Texas

Today, many children who are born in the U.S. and in states like Texas are born to unwed mothers. When an unwed mother gives birth, she automatically retains sole custody of the child. This means that, without taking further steps to establish paternity, the biological father has no grounds to petition for child custody or visitation rights. Additionally, a single mother is not able to file for child support until paternity has been established. For these and a host of other reasons, it's important for Houston-area fathers to take steps to establish paternity.

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