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What Texas law has to say about child custody

It's only natural that the one area of divorce about which people seem to have the most questions and concerns is child custody. That's because the vast majority of people only want what's best for their child and want to minimize the impact that their divorce will have on their child's life.

2.9 million grandparents are primary caregivers

Throughout the United States, there are approximately 2.9 million grandparents who have accepted the role of primary caregiver for their grandchildren. That number has significantly increased in the recent past, jumping 12 percent in the 10 years from 2000 to 2010. 

Research: Do wedding costs increase the chances of divorce?

The wedding industry can be quite powerful. With brides and grooms being encouraged to spend big on their special day, some end up spending more than they can actually afford just to make sure their wedding is as memorable as possible. And while couples certainly have the right to make any decisions they want when it comes to how they want their wedding to go, recent research is suggesting a correlation between the amount spent on the wedding and the chance of divorce

What does the collaborative law process entail for divorcing spouses?

In the previous post, our blog discussed how the collaborative law process might be right for those divorcing couples looking to prevent prolonged courtroom battles, preserve assets and, most importantly, protect their family from any unnecessary trauma.

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