Once you are divorced you will want to get a certified copy of your divorce Decree. Your Attorney may do that for you or help you understand how to do that. But even so, you may be anxious to get one quickly or you may need additional copies later on. It can be very helpful to know how to get the Decree for yourself. You will have a choice between a certified or non-certified copy of the … [Read more...] about How to Get a Certified Copy of your Divorce Decree
If you are a citizen of another county and get a Texas divorce will you be divorced in your own country? Usually, yes... HOWEVER, you may have to file and register your Texas divorce decree in your own country. Registration of the decree is a specific legal process that may vary from country to country. In some cases it may be quite a simple process and in other cases you may need a lawyer in … [Read more...] about Does a Texas Divorce Mean you are Also Divorced in Your Home Country?
Over the holidays, it is not unusual for disputes to arise over visitation times between co-parents. Holidays are stressful times in general. Families today are more varied, more mobile, and more complicated that they were years ago. It can be easy to escalate from annoyance to anger when your ex seems to be demanding and unconcerned with your plans for the holidays. A few tips to … [Read more...] about Holiday Visitation? Read Your Decree!
Texas family law requires that divorces affecting children take "the best interests of the child" into account. Therefore, a divorce decree may require a parent to purchase and maintain life insurance in a particular amount for the benefit of the children. Commonly, the parent who is paying child support (Payor) will be required to buy and maintain the insurance on his or her life for the … [Read more...] about Why Does my Divorce Decree Require me to Purchase Life Insurance?