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June 2017 Archives

What to expect with a custody evaluation

One of the most difficult things that parents will have to go through in the midst of a contested child custody action is the investigation of a custody evaluator. This third party, who is appointed by the court, is charged with gathering information, conducting interviews and observations, and making recommendations to the court with regard to legal custody, physical custody and parenting time.

What is a QTIP trust?

Have you gotten married for the second or maybe even third time in Texas? If so, you are certainly not alone as many other people find themselves in a remarried situation and part of a blended family whether due to a prior divorce or death of a spouse. There can be many positive things about this transition but it may also add a new layer of complexity to one's estate planning approach. 

Tips for parents getting divorced

It is natural for parents to want to protect their children and help them feel happy but this is not always possible. Texas parents who get divorced know this all too well. From the moment that the decision to end a marriage is made, moms and dads need to help their children navigate the changes in their lives and support their emotional health along the way.

Guardianships over estates

There may be many situations in which a person in Texas is unable to provide care for themselves and requires another party to assume some responsibility for this. The person may be a minor under the age of 18 or a person 18 years of age or older who is in some way incapacitated. Such incapacitation may result from injury, illness or other forms of disability. It may be temporary or permanent. These are times when a guardian may be appointed.

How can I co-parent during summer vacation?

If you are a divorced parent with minor children still at home, you may not always be so thrilled when summer vacation time rolls around. Not only do you need to figure out how to keep your kids occupied and happy all summer long but you also have to manage this with your former spouse. Sharing time with an ex during summer can be more complicated as schedules tend to be more fluid and less structured, leading to more potential challenges.

Divorce impacts: Has a secretive spouse hidden assets?

During the course of your divorce, you may have to come to terms with a multitude of factors that you had not thought about previously. Your soon-to-be ex-spouse may show sides to him or herself that you have never seen, and unseemly behavior may throw you for a loop. Because you do not want to get taken advantage of during divorce proceedings, you may wish to prepare for possible scenarios that could affect your case.

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