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Gray Divorce: Divorcing After 50

It used to be that retired couples were divorce proof. Once a couple reached retirement, they could count on enjoying the plans they had been saving for and anticipating for decades. Unfortunately, thanks to those revolutionary Baby Boomers’ need to differentiate themselves from their parents, that is no longer the case.

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Putting children first in divorce
Child Custody

How to Put Children First During Divorce

Avoid the drama.
Prevent the trauma.
Divorce is not an easy process for anyone involved, especially children. Life will never be the same for your children, no matter how hard you try. Even when you do your best to keep things as “normal” as possible, your little ones are almost always the silent victims of your divorce. So, when divorce is inevitable, how do you put your children’s best interests first?

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Amicable Divorce
Divorce

Breaking-Up Together

Divorce generally invokes uncomfortable feelings of betrayal, failure, loss, bitterness, anger, and revenge. There is no doubt, the adversarial tactics most frequently associated with divorce have given divorce its rightfully earned reputation of being negative, traumatic, life-altering, even debilitating. for some. But it does not have to be.

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Military Divorce
Divorce

Military divorce

What do military members face when confronted with a life event such as divorce? Is it the same as a civilian divorce? Does the military handle divorces?

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How likely am I to stay married?
Divorce

How likely am I to get divorced?

The National Center for Health and Statistics National Vital Statistics Report says the average rate of divorce across the country is approximately forty three percent (43%) for first marriages and higher for subsequent marriages.

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Can a parent abduct their own child
Child Custody

Can a parent abduct his/her own child?

If you are currently involved in a divorce or child custody dispute, no parent has the right to flee with his/her child. Despite being the child’s biological parent or legal guardian, if a person takes his or her child, it is considered kidnapping in Texas.

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Using a surrogate in texas
Artificial Reproduction Law

What are the laws regarding surrogacy in Texas?

In Texas, the woman who gives birth is always the mother, even if another woman donated the egg(s)/embryo(s). The only exception to this rule applies to cases involving gestational surrogacy where a valid gestational agreement is in place.

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