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Living with children may affect child custody claim

When two people file for divorce in San Antonio, it is usually common practice for one of them to leave the home that they have shared while they were married. After all, that is sort of the whole point of divorcing someone, to get away from the, right? In cases where the couple has children, this actually may not me such a good idea. This is especially true if both partners are seeking primary custody of the children.

Living with children may affect child custody claim

When two people file for divorce in San Antonio, it is usually common practice for one of them to leave the home that they have shared while they were married. After all, that is sort of the whole point of divorcing someone, to get away from the, right? In cases where the couple has children, this actually may not me such a good idea. This is especially true if both partners are seeking primary custody of the children.

Denise Richards awarded temp custody of Charlie Sheen's twins

In this day and age where it is not uncommon to see exes in San Antonio, Texas battling over issues related to child custody and support, it is refreshing to see a couple that is working together for the benefit of their children.

Denise Richards awarded temp custody of Charlie Sheen's twins

In this day and age where it is not uncommon to see exes in San Antonio, Texas battling over issues related to child custody and support, it is refreshing to see a couple that is working together for the benefit of their children.

Woman faces charges after violating child custody order in Texas

Violating or interfering with child custody in the state of Texas constitutes a felony, no matter who you are. Even if you are a parent of the child, you cannot disregard the child custody orders without facing what can be serious consequences.

Woman faces charges after violating child custody order in Texas

Violating or interfering with child custody in the state of Texas constitutes a felony, no matter who you are. Even if you are a parent of the child, you cannot disregard the child custody orders without facing what can be serious consequences.