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What if I want joint custody of my child?

No matter if you are establishing custody arrangements with your child’s other parent for the first time, or are attempting to have your child custody agreement modified, it is important to be aware of some of the factors that may be taken into consideration by the Texas family court system. It’s also helpful to know what your parental responsibilities may be if and when you are awarded joint custody of your child.

What if I want joint custody of my child?

No matter if you are establishing custody arrangements with your child’s other parent for the first time, or are attempting to have your child custody agreement modified, it is important to be aware of some of the factors that may be taken into consideration by the Texas family court system. It’s also helpful to know what your parental responsibilities may be if and when you are awarded joint custody of your child.

Grandparents’ rights to visitation

Grandparents play an incredibly important role in families across the state of Texas and the entire country. And while most people would argue that children benefit tremendously from the support and guidance offered by their grandparents, issues over grandparents’ rights can arise during divorce and other family law proceedings. That is why it is important for grandparents to have a basic understanding of their legal rights when it comes to visiting their grandkids.

Grandparents’ rights to visitation

Grandparents play an incredibly important role in families across the state of Texas and the entire country. And while most people would argue that children benefit tremendously from the support and guidance offered by their grandparents, issues over grandparents’ rights can arise during divorce and other family law proceedings. That is why it is important for grandparents to have a basic understanding of their legal rights when it comes to visiting their grandkids.

Making joint custody work

Learning how to be a single parent following divorce can be difficult enough, but developing a new relationship with one’s ex-spouse in the process of sharing custody can be truly challenging. Families across the state of Texas confronting new child custody arrangements and issues have a number of practical and emotional factors to take into consideration at any given time. That is why it can be helpful to be aware of the most appropriate and constructive ways to engage with one’s children and ex-spouse during the transition.

Making joint custody work

Learning how to be a single parent following divorce can be difficult enough, but developing a new relationship with one’s ex-spouse in the process of sharing custody can be truly challenging. Families across the state of Texas confronting new child custody arrangements and issues have a number of practical and emotional factors to take into consideration at any given time. That is why it can be helpful to be aware of the most appropriate and constructive ways to engage with one’s children and ex-spouse during the transition.

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.

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.

Monitoring children's emotions for better divorce outcome

Legal decisions regarding the living arrangements for a child involved in divorce are intended to reflect the best interests of the child. As a result, parents often work closely with attorneys and mediators to develop the most appropriate and fair child custody agreement possible. However, there are instances where adjustments need to be made to custody and visitation arrangements if there is evidence that the child in question is not thriving under the set conditions.

Monitoring children's emotions for better divorce outcome

Legal decisions regarding the living arrangements for a child involved in divorce are intended to reflect the best interests of the child. As a result, parents often work closely with attorneys and mediators to develop the most appropriate and fair child custody agreement possible. However, there are instances where adjustments need to be made to custody and visitation arrangements if there is evidence that the child in question is not thriving under the set conditions.