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August 2014 Archives

What are the requirements for adopting a child in Texas?

While raising children has an unimaginable number of challenges, the rewards can be equally innumerable. The instinct to care for and guide children into adulthood is hardwired in many of us. However, sometimes finding a way to satisfy that instinct is not so simple. For a variety of reasons, many couples—as well as single people—want nothing more than to share their lives with a child but cannot.

Texas grandparents may be able to seek visitation rights

One of the more special relationships that two people can ever experience together is that of grandparent and grandchild. Unfortunately, sometimes, family situations can become messy and grandparents may find themselves being obstructed from participating in their grandchild's life. One important aspect of family law in Texas is the recognition that grandparents can have some rights pertaining to visitation with their grandchildren.

Prenup may help prevent bad online behavior after divorce

One of the benefits of being in a happy marriage is that you have someone with whom you can share your most personal feelings. In fact, trust is one of the most important components of any successful relationship. Sadly, not all marriages last and trust can devolve into acrimony. Prenuptial agreements are a recognition of this fact and can be crafted in such a manner as to help allay some post-marriage problems.

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