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Get ready for changes to child support law
Check out this article about how, in September 2018, Texas child support law will be changing in two important ways. First, child support modifications will become much harder to come by for parents who agreed to a child support order that deviates from the Texas Family Code. Second, parents paying child support will be obliged to cover their children’s dental insurance and expenses in addition to their current obligation to cover their health insurance.
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Parental relocation in Texas
Read an article about the legal issues that arise when a custodial parent seeks to move away with a minor child.

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Texas alimony basics
Read an article introducing the basic concepts and limitations of alimony or spousal maintenance awards in Texas divorces.
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3 Property Division Myths Texas Spouses Should Beware Of
Check out this article about common and potentially harmful misunderstandings about property division during a Texas divorce. Many spouses hold mistaken beliefs about the factors that affect property division, the process of retirement asset distribution and the treatment of commingled property. Find out what spouses should expect during these three aspects of the property division process.
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New Reasons to Get a Prenup
Dating or engaged couples who live in Plano, Texas, should click this link now to get surprising information on new ways that prenuptial agreements can help them after getting married. No longer reserved just for protection against losses during a divorce, today’s prenups offer many benefits to modern couples including estate planning and more.
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New case threatens same-sex marriage ban in Texas
A lesbian couple got married under the laws of Washington two years ago, but after they moved to Texas and their relationship deteriorated, they found out they could not take advantage of the legal process to facilitate a divorce because their new state does not recognize their marriage. Read this article to find out how this resulted in a judge striking down the Texas ban on same-sex marriage and to learn what the implications could be for same-sex and opposite-sex couples alike.
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