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July 2010 Archives

Does Facebook Not only Share Relationship Status, But Destroy It?

It's one of the first pieces of information that the estimated 400 million Facebook users enter into their Facebook profiles: relationship status. But maybe it is important for more users to pay better attention to their "married" or "in a relationship" statuses when they log in to the social-networking site.

Is Prior Harris County Case a Clue to Transgender Case Result?

Last week, we left you with a post on a debate-provoking case involving the Araguz family. Thomas Araguz, a Texas firefighter, died earlier this month and left behind a widow, Nikki Araguz. His family, however, is trying to annul the marriage between him and Nikki because they claim Nikki's gender makes the marriage void.

Will Texas Law Allow Family to Annul Their Dead Son's Marriage?

Thomas Araguz, 30, was a Texas firefighter who sadly died on the job this Fourth of July. He was lucky to have found love more than once in his short lifetime. His first marriage ended in divorce, but he later moved on to marry Nikki Araguz, who is now his widow. Or is she? 

Texas Child Custody Dispute Turns Deadly

Family law is as personal as law gets. Divorce and child custody disputes, therefore, often result in extreme emotions, hostility and even violence. That is the case of a Texas father who plotted a violent plan in order to gain custody of his child.

Do the Mel Gibson Tapes Prove He Should Not Retain Child Custody?

The tapes of super celebrity Mel Gibson and Oksana Grigorieva are currently a staple of nearly every news program. Many are disgusted by Gibson's alleged hateful, derogatory comments, and those who were always fans of the "Braveheart" hero hope that the tapes are not real. A Texas forensic tape analyst says that the recordings could be altered, but it ultimately is up to a judge to determine the validity of the tapes and whether they are admissible in family law court.

Is Jesse James' Post-Divorce Move to Texas Caring or Creepy?

It's the never-ending love-gone-bad story of Jesse James and Sandra Bullock. One might think that with their Texas divorce being finalized weeks ago and Bullock publically asking if everyone could just move on, that the saga would be over. James, however, is making a move--literally--that places their story back in the forefront of the news.

From Texas Divorce to Child Custody Fight to World-Wide Manhunt

A Texas mother, Diana Huynh, does not know where her child and ex-husband are. She is desperate to get her boy Eitan home to her in Plano, Texas, and away from his father who is currently the target of an international manhunt for violating child custody laws.

When "I do" Leads to "Not tonight," Is Divorce the Right Option?

Want some advice on how to either avoid divorce or decide if divorce is a healthy option? Reevaluate your job and other everyday norms that add stress to your life and decide whether your stresses are more important than your marriage.


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