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Contesting Pаtеrnitу? Info on DNA Testing In Tеxаѕ

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Establishing pаtеrnitу iѕ extremely important for the well-being of you and your child. Why?  Because under Tеxаѕ law, a child born tо аn unmarried mother does not аutоmаtiсаllу have a lеgаl fаthеr. If you are looking to establish paternity, it is possible to utilize an array of tests to determine if a particular individual… Read More »

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Starting a New Relationship During Your Divorce – Important Considerations

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

When you and your spouse decide to get divorced, you may be tempted to start dating and even begin a new relationship. However, while your divorce is pending, a good rule of thumb is to hold off on dating or diving into a new relationship with a significant other since the presence of a… Read More »

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How to File Taxes When Separated

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Marriages dissolve for a number of reasons, but in many states, before you can officially claim marital independence, you must satisfy a state specific separation period. While some states require your length of separation be court documented, sometimes for a period of up to three years, or just by a showing of living independent… Read More »

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Third Party Child Custody Rights

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Determining child custody between parents can be a major source of contention during divorce proceedings, however, family structure today is not always made up of a child’s biological parents. When divorce happens, these relationships that both the child and the third party have built together can become threatened. In certain situations, that third party… Read More »

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Separation & Divorce

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Making the decision to separate or file for divorce can be an emotional and painful process for many couples and families. Every state has different requirements regarding what a divorce entails and any proceedings that must be satisfied beforehand. In some states, there is a required amount of time, anywhere from 90 days to… Read More »

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Arbitration in Divorce Proceedings

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Deciding to dissolve a marriage is a difficult and emotional time for all parties involved in a marriage. Entering a divorce decree can take months of negotiation and court proceedings in order to come to a mutual understanding. Family law courts are constantly flooded with overbooked dockets and overworked judges who simply do not… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements

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What Exactly is a Prenuptial Agreement? Getting engaged to be married is supposed to be one of the happiest and most exciting times in a couple’s relationship. There are many things to consider before the marriage occurs, such as where you will move, how your bank accounts will be managed going forward, if a… Read More »

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Important Facts About International Adoptions

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Adoption is rewarding opportunity that can permanently enrich the lives of adoptive parents and children. There are three primary categories of adoption in Texas: private, Child Protective Services, and international adoptions. Private adoptions occur between a birth parent and a child’s adoptive family. Child Protective Service adoptions include children who have removed by Child… Read More »

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Child Support Payments While Incarcerated

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Incarceration plays a substantial role in the lives of many families in the state of Texas. Statistics report that 143,000 individuals are currently incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice system. There are many uniques issues and concerns that arise when one parent is sentenced to incarceration, including child custody, visitation, and in… Read More »

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Texas Court Denies Employment Benefits For Same-Sex Couples

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Recently, the Texas Supreme Court refused to review a lower court ruling which holds that cities may not deprive married same-sex couples the benefits that the city provides to opposite sex-couples. Texas law currently states that the state government is prohibited from discriminating against married same-sex couples without good cause. One of the Texas… Read More »

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