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Will joint custody be the new standard in divorce?

When a couple with children in the San Antonio area decides to divorce they have a lot of things that need to be resolved, not the least of which is determining child custody and support. Most parents would agree that the best interest of the child is paramount in their decision, but deciding what is best for a child may not always be something an estranged couple can agree on.

Economy could play role in higher divorce rate going forward

Although divorce is generally looked upon as a negative thing, nearly half of all marriages end that way, according to many reports. There are many different factors that can lead to a couple in the San Antonio area deciding to end their marriage. Likewise there are other factors that can lead a couple to decode to stick it out a little longer.

Judge wipes the slate clean in child custody battle

When a couple in San Antonio decides to go their separate ways there can be many different things to work out. If that couple shares any children together then often the most difficult aspect of a break-up is deciding the custody of those children. If a couple can’t determine custody on their own then a judge will usually have to intervene.

Despite payment, man order to jail over child support issue

Most of the time when a person in the San Antonio area is facing any kind of child support problem it’s because a parent is not living up to his or her obligations. However, sometimes even when a parent who is obligated to pay child support is doing everything in his or her power to meet those expectations, he or she could still be facing child support issues.

Woman claims Texans star is father of her unborn child

Anytime a man and a woman in San Antonio have a child together but decide to go their separate ways, the child can be the one who ends up suffering. On top of the fact that the child may not have the love and support from both parents, sometimes, one of the parents may not want any relationship with the child at all. However, parents are legally obligated to support their children no matter what.

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