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Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Evader Program

Texas, like most states, faces a mounting problem of non-custodial parents who are obligated to make child support payments but shirk their responsibility. The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) and its Child Support Division are the chief enforcement arm of court-ordered child support payments, along with the courts themselves.

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Are Text Messages Reliable Evidence in Family Court?

Anyone who’s been through a messy custody battle or disagreement about asset division while going through a divorce knows what a long and difficult road it is. Of course, each parent wants to fight for their rights to spend quality time with their children or for the wealth they’ve worked so hard to achieve, but there are cases when a claim could be made by one partner that could affect the child support arrangement or division of assets.

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What Is a Restraining Order?

Nobody enters into a relationship with someone else if they believe they’ll be in danger, either physically or emotionally. But sadly, there are far too many romantic relationships and marriages where one spouse is abusive or manipulative to the other.

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How Long Does a Divorce Take in Texas?

When a couple first enters into a marriage under the eyes of God, they don’t think about one day breaking their vows and seeking a divorce. However, even if both spouses start out with the best intentions, divorce is sometimes the only solution to pursue. In the end, it can be the right decision for your family.

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Do I Need an Attorney for My Divorce?

Many people mistakenly believe that getting a divorce is a quick process that does not require the assistance of an attorney. “It’s between my spouse and me, so why do I need an attorney for my divorce?” they think. However, it is more complicated than that.

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