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What are the different types of adoptions?

Many Texas residents who wish to expand their families might choose to adopt a child who needs a loving home. There are different types of these arrangements. Agency adoption Adopting through a private or public agency is one of the most common ways to place a child...

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Understanding the role of a CDFA in Texas

When you get a divorce, one of the first things you need to do is figure out your finances. This can be a daunting task, especially if you're not used to managing money on your own. A certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) can help you through this process by...

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Adoption law 101

Starting an adoption search for the newest member of your family can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. In your preparations, it is imperative that you consider the legal avenues to adding a child to your family in Texas. This overview should help provide...

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Can you appeal a divorce decree in Texas?

Although it's possible to appeal a divorce decree in Texas, you must have legal grounds to do so. Factual inaccuracies and unfair decisions are valid reasons for you to appeal a divorce decree. Legal mistakes It's possible for the judge to make a legal mistake. You...

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Telling your child that they were adopted

Adopting a child is one of the most rewarding things a Texas family can do. At some point, you may wonder if you should tell them the truth. What kind of adoption was it? Depending on the type of adoption you had, your child might already have some information. If...

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How to tell your kids about a divorce

Ending a marriage is one of the hardest things that you'll do as an adult. However, it's worth remembering that your divorce is going to be difficult for your children to process as well. Therefore, it's important to think carefully about how you will tell them about...

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Common reasons for child support changes

A child support order is typically issued in Texas to ensure that the custodial parent receives financial support from the non-custodial parent in order to provide for the child or children shared by both parties. After an order has been issued, there are a few...

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