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5 myths about divorce that need to be dispelled

Divorce is a complex legal process that has many steps involved before it is finalized. It is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. There is a lot of misinformation about divorce that comes from gossip and misinterpretation of the law. Instead of listening to your neighbor or cousin, you should speak to someone who knows and understands family law.

Texas bill would make it harder to divorce

Back in the 1970s, the Lone Star State introduced "no fault" divorce. Before that, spouses had to prove to the courts that the marriage was untenable, often by showing that infidelity or abuse took place. Instead of just saying things didn't work out, fault-baseddivorcesmeant airing dirty laundry and having someone else tell you whether your feelings were valid.

4 ways to prepare your child for two homes after divorce

No matter how you look at it, divorce is not a fun event to go through. It is hard on the parents, the kids and even the pets. Switching from one home to two is often difficult for children, and they may have a serious adjustment period. As their parents, you want what is best for them, but the reality is that they are going to be splitting their time between two homes. To make it a little easier on them to accept their new normal, there are a few tips to help them adjust.

Does a person's death terminate alimony?

Spousal support is one of the many things couples tend to feud over when they are getting a divorce. Once all is said and done, the requesting spouse may, in fact, be awarded alimony despite their ex's efforts to get the courts to decide otherwise. When this happens, the paying spouse will be required to make payments to their ex until the court states otherwise, but if they were to die, this could terminate alimony payments.

Proving paternity when the mother is married to another man

As a father, when you are seeking custody or even just visitation with your child, there can be many obstacles standing in the way. Of course, you'll have to establish paternity before you can even get the ball rolling with requesting custody, but there are other things that can make this process extremely difficult. For example, the child's mother being married to another man.

When fathers haven't seen their kids in a long time

When you are a father and have been unable to see your children in a long time, the first moment you get together can be uncomfortable for one reason or another. The children may be angry that you have not visited them even if it wasn't your choice, or they might be battling the mixed emotions of happiness and confusion.

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