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Deciding child custody

Parents in Texas who are in disputes regarding child custody should know that there are multiple factors the family courts will examine to render a decision. It is also important that parents are aware that the courts have the responsibility of determining what is in the best interest of the children.

Reasons to use mediation in divorce

Some parents in Texas who are going through a divorce might want to consider mediation to work out an agreement regarding custody and visitation as well as other parenting issues. Most of the time, divorcing parents want what is in the best interests of the child. Conflict arises when they are unable to agree on what that constitutes.

Common assumptions about noncustodial parents

Some noncustodial parents in Texas may face unfair assumptions about their role in the lives of their children. For example, people might assume that they do not pay child support. However, many noncustodial parents responsibly make their child support payments monthly and support their children financially in other ways as well.

The benefits of divorce mediation and timelines

Some Texas couples considering divorce feel that they have to go through litigation. However, an alternative method to this expensive court process is divorce mediation. While divorce mediation has many benefits over litigation, it's a process that can take some time.

What are the top issues in co-parenting?

Once your divorce is final and you turn your full attention to the future, you'll find that co-parenting is now a big part of your life. Even though you're sure to face some challenges, you must always do what's in the best interest of your children.

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