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Is a divorce needed to end an informal marriage in Texas?

Marriage as an institution is undergoing some significant changes. Much of the focus these days centers on the issue of same-sex marriage. That's to be expected what with the U.S. Supreme Court decision last month declaring that the nation must recognize the legality of those unions.

Sometimes a father's rights mean not having to pay support

The rules for resolving parenting obligations and rights in Texas is meant to be gender neutral. That's the ideal. The reality is that very often things wind up hitting the male side of the equation a little bit harder. To counter possible biases it is important to work with an attorney who understands the disadvantages a father can face.

Relocation can be tough for children of divorce

While the days, weeks and even months after a divorce is finalized can be difficult for both spouses and their children, the good news is that things will ultimately get better over time, as many of the heightened emotions start to subside and a new routine is established.

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