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What happens if ex-spouses can't agree on visitation?

In regard to post-divorce agreements between ex-spouses with children, Texas courts require that all actions taken are in the child’s best interests. It can often be in everyone's best interests if parents are cooperative in deciding child custody issues. As such, a judge may determine that the non-custodial parent should receive what is called "reasonable visitation."

What can be done if ex-spouse won't follow family court orders?

Once a divorce has been finalized, there is a legal obligation placed upon both parties to follow the conditions provided by the order of the court. But should one party fail to adhere to their responsibilities, what recourse does the other party have to address the situation?

A prenuptial agreement can make a leap of faith a better bet

When you choose to take a big chance in your life that has uncertain consequences, it can be said you are taking a “leap of faith.” A leap of faith is an act of optimism and a willingness to take a risk with the belief that the result will have a positive outcome. Certainly it is optimism that allows us to take the chances that can ultimately make our lives so much richer.

Divorce can save money for couples in the long run

For any number of reasons, spouses may keep a marriage going long after the severing of their emotional connection. Perhaps it's because they carry an "until death do us part" mindset. Maybe they remember what the relationship once was and hope that those days will somehow return. It could even be the fear of the unknown, especially if they have been together for a long period of time.

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