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Texas law generally requires noncustodial parents to pay child support to custodial parents. However, if a child spends more time with a noncustodial parent than the custodial parent, it may be necessary to modify an existing support order.

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Financial issues between spouses are the primary cause of approximately 22% of divorces. A Texas resident going through a high-asset divorce may want to consider hiring a certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) to navigate the financial complications associated with divorce.

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A routine traffic stop on the night of July 12 led to the discovery and seizure of about 78 pounds of marijuana according to a report from the Chamber’s County Sheriff’s Office. The 37-year-old Washington man who was driving the vehicle involved was taken into custody at the scene and then transported to the Chambers County Jail.

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Protecting the welfare of a child sometimes rests with the state. The home and living conditions for a child might prove too dangerous for them to remain there, so the state of Texas takes custody to keep the child safe.

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In some cases, Texas spouses going through a divorce can be their own worst enemy in making things more difficult for themselves legally. They must think of the big picture and avoid doing things that could inflame a judge if the matter goes to court.

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A Texas divorce does not freeze the rest of the spouse’s life in place until it is finalized. Instead, the person will still need to be a parent to their children and an employee at work.

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If you are in your 50s in Texas and are in the process of a divorce, you have different financial considerations than someone who is younger and at a different stage in life. You need to think about both your financial situation after the divorce and your potential retirement plans.

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