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Dealing with custody issues when taking your child on vacation

If you do not have full custody of your kids, you will undoubtedly want to make sure that you spend quality time with your children. You may decide that you want to take them overseas on vacation, as this can be a great way to make memories together. However, you may also be concerned about what the other parent will have to say about this.

Tricks used to hide assets during a divorce

Texas residents who are contemplating divorce may find it interesting to learn some of the ways that spouses try to hide assets from each other in the months or years leading up to divorce. Many people have the idea in their head that when discussing a spouse hiding away marital assets, the conversation is always about a man hiding money from his wife. However, the modern reality is different. In many homes, both spouses earn the same amount of money. It is not uncommon for the wife to be responsible for managing finances, including paying bills and monitoring investments.

How joint custody rights could influence child support orders

For parents who share custody of their children, it may still be necessary for one parent to pay child support to the other. Typically, Texas state law will determine whether a parent who has joint physical custody of a child will need to make formal support payments. In some cases, the amount of support owed will be reduced by the amount of time that a parent has the child.

Assessing living arrangements in the child custody agreement

For every child custody case in Texas, the top priority should be the kid's best interests. However, many parents will also fight to have as much time as possible with the child. This frequently sparks disputes as to which parent will have primary custody. One important factor that often recedes into the background is the living accommodations each parent provides.

Fathers' approach to child custody after divorce

Fathers in Texas may be afraid of losing their close relationship with their children after a divorce. People may have heard horror stories about fathers' views and interests being neglected in family court. However, the modern approach to child custody favors both parents as being equally important in a child's life, especially if both parents have always been involved with the children. In many cases, courts begin with a presumption of favoring joint legal and physical custody. Even when one parent has the majority of physical custody, joint legal custody that involves both parents in major decisions is often preferred.

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