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What Are Some of the Challenges of Child Custody and Relocation in Texas? Find Out How a Texas Divorce Attorney Can Help.

What Are Some of the Challenges of Child Custody and Relocation in Texas

Divorce presents many potential issues in need of resolution for the parting spouses. Few matters are of greater importance or present more significant challenges than those related to child custody. Texas divorce attorneys from the Law Office of David Kohm invite you to read the following short blog discussing the…

A Divorce Lawyer Explains if You Should Request a Drug Test in Your Child Custody Case

A Divorce Lawyer Explains if You Should Request a Drug Test in Your Child Custody Case

When the courts get involved in a child custody case, they know that a lot of emotions are going to be all mixed up in there. It is easy to see how a dispute between a couple can boil over into a full-blown child custody case that can get ugly…

Working out a Visitation Plan With Your Ex-Spouse and How an Attorney Can Help

Working out a Visitation Plan With Your Ex-Spouse and How an Attorney Can Help

Issues pertaining to child custody are often the most difficult aspect of any divorce to resolve. There is often a great deal of conflict that occurs in situations where both parents feel very passionately, and finding the best custody arrangement can often be a messy battle. Parents who are awarded…

How an Attorney Can Help if Your Ex-Spouse Tries to Move With the Kids

How an Attorney Can Help if Your Ex-Spouse Tries to Move With the Kids

In a child custody situation, if the custodial parent decides to move out of state with the child, this will force the other parent into a long distance relationship with the child. Many times, there is an agreement between the parties, stipulating that such a move can not be made….

Will I Ever See My Kids Again? Custody Battles and Divorce

Custody Battles and Divorce

Of more than thirteen million single parents with custody in America, around ten percent have informal child support agreements. What about child custody? More than a quarter of those under the age of 21 lived with just one custodial parent. Whether you are a mother, a father, a step-parent, or…

My Ex is Moving With the Kids, What Can I Do?

My Ex is Moving With The Kids

These days, it’s not unusual for a divorced parent to relocate to another town or state following a divorce. If your ex-spouse is moving away and plans on taking your kids with them, is there anything you can do about it? The issue of post-divorce relocation can be a contentious…

Common Myths About Divorce Litigation

Common Myths About Divorce Litigation

Over the years, many myths have come up surrounding divorce cases. These are often the result of someone believing their personal divorce experience is representative of all experiences or quoting something they heard from a friend of a friend. The problem with these myths is that they spread misinformation about…

Child Custody Answers: What is Right of First Refusal?

Child Custody Right of First Refusal

The Right of First Refusal in a parenting plan is a provision that requires one parent who has possession of the child, to offer the other parent the first opportunity to look after the child, rather than hiring a babysitter or asking another family member. If the other parent refuses,…

Do Women Always Get Child Custody In A Divorce Case?

Mother Child Custody Divorce Case

In many cases, women are awarded custody of the children. However, many people think that women are always automatically awarded custody of the children. However, times are changing. More men are getting custody of their children. There are several things that the court takes into consideration before awarding custody. Who…

Texas Trends Toward 50/50 Shared Custody – Common Questions in Shared Custody Cases

Shared Custody Texas Trends 50 / 50

More and more family judges in Texas it seems are willing to move away from standard custody procedure in the state and render judgments in favor of 50/50 shared child custody arrangements. Currently, Texas adheres to a standard possession schedule which allows for the non-custodial parents to spend time with…