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Conservatorship after divorce may change over time

One of the only certainties in life other than death and taxes is change. Your life changed in profound ways following your marriage and the birth of your children, but now another less welcome change could be on the horizon - divorce. While divorce will signal a shift in your lifestyle as a person, you are still a parent to your children.

Joint custody: Parenting together for the benefit of your kids

The end of a marriage is a complicated time for Texas families, and some parents may want to minimize the negative impact that this step can have on their kids. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to child custody and visitation matters, but many families find that joint custody works well and allows the kids to have strong relationships with both parents post-divorce.

Should your child support order change with your circumstances?

Texas parents both have the legal responsibility to financially provide for their children after divorce. Child support orders generally reflect the circumstances that were present at the time that the divorce was final, but time can bring significant financial changes to one or both parents.

Is your future ex-spouse hiding assets from you?

Texas law requires divorcing spouses to fully disclose their financial standing. This is so the courts can divide the marital property fairly. However, this law does not prevent individuals from trying to deceive their spouses by misrepresenting their incomes or hiding assets.

Keeping Yourself Golden When Divorcing In Your Golden Years

Divorce rates are going up quickly for baby boomers, having doubled between 1990 and 2014 for adults over 50 and tripled for adults over 65. Although baby boomers who are going through divorces do not generally have to worry about child custody issues, they have to deal with other issues that are not a problem for younger couples. One of these involves figuring out how to divide up retirement accounts.

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