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Child custody dispute between Grammers is settled

It isn't fresh news that Kelsey and Camille Grammer have called it quits. Reality TV fans saw the divorce coming if they watched "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Kelsey had found love elsewhere during his marriage to Camille, and he now has a new family.

Halle Berry reconsiders child custody agreement with ex

For the most part, family courts see keeping both parents involved in children's lives as the ideal circumstance. Children benefit from spending time with both parents, assuming that each parent can create a healthy, safe environment for a child. But there are times when limiting a parent's access to a child is what's in the child's best interest.

Child adoption disturbed by The Indian Child Welfare Act

Throughout the county, there is a rich Native American heritage. Whether in Texas or Minnesota, there are certain areas in the states where different tribes live on their tribal lands. On those lands, tribal laws exist, laws that are different than the laws that non-Native Americans live by.

International parental abduction has happy ending

When one parent abducts a child, leaving the other parent behind in order to avoid the child custody laws of the child's natural home, this can cause much pain for all parties, especially for the child who is denied access to the parent who is left behind.

Obesity a growing topic in child custody disputes

When two divorcing parents in Texas are involved in a child custody dispute, issues often revolve around a child's well-being. Sometimes a child's health takes center stage, and lately the obesity epidemic has played an increasing role in child custody disputes.

Texas father blames prejudice for "unfair" child custody ruling

When parents go to court to argue a family law issue, it is commonly a very emotional process. A court's decision means the difference between a parent gaining custody over his or her children or not. There is a lot on the line, and when a ruling goes against a parent's wishes, it is not surprising that he or she would be upset.

Grandma's love inspires fight in Texas for grandparental rights

Becoming a grandparent is joyous for most grandparents. Although they have raised their own children, grandparents continue to have a vested interest in what goes on in their grandchildren's lives. Often times, when there is a situation where children cannot stay with their parents, it is the grandparents who step in and care for the children, keeping them out of foster care and helping them retain a family connection.

National public shocked by judge's child custody decision

Family law is a very emotion-packed field of law. What matters to most people the most, family, is on the line in these cases, whether dealing with a divorce, child custody, adoption or other family law dispute. A family's future depends upon a judge's decision.

Texas parents worry about ex-spousal abduction of children to Mexico

Between 1999 and 2009, the Government Accountability Office, an investigatory unit put together by Congress, reported 6,966 cases of international parental abduction. Most of these abductions were perpetrated by foreign-born parents who returned to their home countries -- often seeking more favorable child custody decisions from their home nations' courts. Last year, around one third of the 1,500 children who were unlawfully abducted from the United States and taken to a foreign country ended up in Mexico.

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