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Co-parenting and Summer Vacation — Are You Prepared?

Posted on April 2, 2021

Spring break has come and gone. You’ve had a taste of how co-parenting on vacation can go. It’s time to do some analysis. How was it? If it was anything less than perfect (or at least tolerable), then it might be time to start thinking about summer vacation early. It may sound a little premature, … Continue reading

Child Protective Services in Texas—How It Works (Part 1)

Posted on January 26, 2021

Child Protective Services, commonly referred to as CPS, is an agency designed to protect children from abuse and neglect. The Julian Firm is uniquely prepared to help you navigate the complex, overwhelming, and often unnecessary rules and policies of the CPS system.  “No parent or family member can afford to take on CPS without legal … Continue reading

Grandparents’ Rights In Texas—5 Ways Grandparents Might Be Granted Visitation

Posted on December 7, 2020

While grandparents’ rights differ from state to state, most follow a simple principle—considering the best interests of the child in question. For grandparents in Texas, few rights actually exist solely because they are grandparents, and this is common across many states. In fact, a number of states have ruled that grandparent’s visitation statutes are unconstitutional, … Continue reading

Thanksgiving Is Coming Up – How Do I Make a Fair Parenting Plan After a Divorce?

Posted on November 21, 2020

The holiday season is coming up, and if you have recently gone through a divorce, you may be wondering what the best course of action is regarding holiday visitation for your children. The children will likely want to make sure they get to visit both sides of their family during Thanksgiving, so it is important … Continue reading

Halloween Tips for Divorced Parents

Posted on October 29, 2020

It’s not uncommon that disagreements may arise between you and your ex-spouse when it comes to co-parenting through the holidays.You may be starting to feel the stress and anxiety that the holiday season brings and divorce can add an extra layer for many families especially when balancing children.  As parents who are divorced, co-parenting presents … Continue reading

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