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5 Steps to Take if a Divorce is Imminent

You may have seen this coming or it may be a sudden realization, but either way, if a divorce is imminent, you need to do what you can to protect yourself, your assets, and your children. Here are some steps to take as soon as you realize that divorce is likely and inevitable. Put on [...]


Man Arrested for Interference with Child Custody

A Dickinson, Texas, resident was arrested and charged with interference with child custody Friday after allegedly violating a court order by taking his son who was reported missing. Dickinson police say William Alva Marshall Jr., 63, was found with the missing child – his 10-year-old biological son – and violated an existing court order. Police [...]


Break-ups After Cohabitation: What About the Kids?

For Texas couples who cohabitate but don't make their relationship official via marriage, matters can be complicated when they split up, especially if children are involved. Statistics show that couples with children 10 years old or younger are more than twice as likely to separate if they haven't formalized their relationship. The tradition of marriage [...]


New Laws may Allow Serving Divorce Papers via Facebook

Texas state representative is proposing a new bill that would allow a person to be served through Facebook. The bill was created to help integrate today's technology to solve the problem of finding a physical address for people who may not want to be found or who may be resistant to being served with divorce papers or [...]


Two Young Children Found Safe After Family Kidnapping

A 48-year-old woman from Kennard was charged with illegally taking two of her grandchildren, a 12-month-old boy and 2-year-old girl, on March 8, 2013. A 6-year-old boy who is also thought to be her grandson was also present and uninjured, and all three children were found in Fort Worth, Texas, about three hours from their [...]


Study Looks at Impact of Faith on Children of Divorce

Recent studies have indicated that children of divorce are less likely to be religious as adults. While divorce can have an impact on a child's religious beliefs and affiliation, a new study claims that the previous reports that divorce causes children to be less religious may be "overstated." A study by a professor at Baylor [...]


The Wedding is Off – Who Gets the Engagement Ring?

Valentine's Day came and went and with it, many dropped to their knees and proposed to their significant other. While Cupid may have been having a hay day with all of the love in the air, he may not appreciate what sometimes occurs afterwards. Apparently, nowadays, many couples who end up calling off their engagements [...]


Baby Boomer Divorces Rise Over Last Two Decades

Divorces around Texas and the nation are more common among young people, but marriage splits occur among older people as well. While divorces aren't as messy for those who may not have children, these splits often involve high assets, complicating matters. If you are facing a divorce, knowing your rights and having the best legal counsel [...]


Texas Drill Sergeant Wins Back Custody of Daughter

When a marriage ends and there are children involved, the divorce process may sometimes be more complicated. A child custody dispute can often be an emotionally trying time for both parents and children. This is especially true when there are circumstances involved that can add complexity to the issue. As our readers in Houston may be aware, [...]


Allen Iverson Divorce Finalized, Strong Words by Judge

The end of a marriage can be an emotionally and physically draining time for all parties involved in the proceedings. A divorce may, however, sometimes be the only option if a marriage cannot be saved, and a quick decision on the legalities involved in the divorce is often the best outcome the participants can hope for. As [...]