What are the Requirements for Being a Foster Parent in Texas?

Posted on February 22, 2017
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Children who have suffered abuse or neglect deserve loving parents. These children often end up as dependents of the state, and not all of them are adopted. Thankfully, many of those who aren’t adopted are placed into foster homes. To ensure that the parents in these homes provide care for their foster children, not everyone … Continue reading

What are the Types of Marital Agreements in Texas?

Posted on February 13, 2017
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Texas court divides marital agreements into three types. All three of these agreements are used to characterize each spouse’s property as either separate or community (joint). Generally, they must all be in writing and signed by both spouses. Here are those three types of marital agreements their uses. Types of Marital Agreements in Texas Conversion … Continue reading

How Does Adultery Impact a Divorce Case?

Posted on February 8, 2017
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As we all know, adulterous relationships are a common end to marriages. But does adultery impact the overall outcome of divorce cases significantly? The answer varies state by state, but there are some aspects that are largely the same, throughout. You can find them below. The Ways Adultery Impacts a Divorce Assets – Believe it … Continue reading