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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Divorce issues now address custody of pets

Many Texas couples have pets that are dearly loved as members of the family. While there is a myriad of divorce issues to address when any marriage ends, pet custody is becoming an increasingly common topic. Some states have recently changed their approach when pets are involved in divorce disputes.

Military divorce case being heard by Supreme Court

Any Texas couple going through a divorce knows that it can be a complicated process. But when one or both of the spouses are in the military, there are several unique issues to consider. Recently, a lawsuit involving military divorce made it all the way to the Supreme Court.

Fathers' rights questioned in lawsuit

When children are involved in a Texas divorce, there are often many issues that are contested between the ex-spouses. On occasion, these issues become common knowledge when the parties are recognized by the public. Fathers' rights issues were recently spotlighted when the father of an internet celebrity petitioned a family court to give him more decision-making authority in his daughter's life.

What to do when only one spouse wants a Texas divorce

Going through a divorce can be a stressful process for many individuals. However, for others, a Texas divorce may be a pathway to a fresh start and a new chapter of life. But what happens in those cases when one spouse wants a divorce but the other spouse does not? A recent article provided insight on this dilemma.