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Transgender divorce given go-ahead

Family law guidelines in the state of Texas and others across the country are continually being reviewed and reevaluated for their relevance in addressing contemporary issues. As such, the validity of same-sex and transgender marriage is being debated by legislators everywhere. And while every case is unique, one transgender divorce may set precedent for others in the future.

Military divorce statistics and guidelines

Every year, thousands of brave men and women across the state of Texas and beyond join the armed forces and commit their lives to defending our country. And for every newly enlisted service member there is a military family dealing with the everyday uncertainties and hardships associated with issues like deployment and combat. While military divorces are similar to civilian divorces in many ways, they also differ profoundly on several levels.

The cost of getting divorced

In every state in the country including Texas, every day there are couples that make the difficult decision to get divorced. During the process of divorce, many practical issues arise that must be faced while also managing personal emotions. These can include child custody and associated visitation plans, child support and spousal support. Other divorce legal issues pertaining to property division determinations can be affected by the existence of prenuptial agreements.

Child custody tips for the new school year

Texas families navigating through the difficult process of divorce can face any number of difficulties, none of which should involve transitioning into a new school year. The academic and social growth of children is incredibly important and the school environment can help kids deal with major changes occurring at home. Making child custody arrangements that address and balance kids’ school activities can help to guarantee that families experience a healthy divorce transition.

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