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Divorce and the Texas Morality Clause

Divorce and Texas Morality Clause to Prevent Sleepovers

A morality clause basically prohibits a parent from allowing someone they are dating or in a romantic relationship with from staying overnight if the parent has children. Contents0.1 Using the Morality Clause to Prevent Sleepovers 1 Is the Texas Morality Clause Legal?2 Is the Morality Clause a Good Idea Using the Morality Clause to Prevent …

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Child Support Overpayment

Child Support Overpayment in Texas

There are instances where you as the child custody paying parent may send a child support payment that exceeds the court ordered amount. Contents1 What If You Overpay Child Support? 2 Child Support Overpayments in Texas 2.1 When the parent receiving child support dies.2.2 Amount of child support determined by law. What If You Overpay …

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How to Get Emancipated in Texas

In Texas, teenagers from the age of 16 and over can become emancipated after a request to a court. Normally, it is expected that parents should look after their children until they are at least 18 years of age. Parents also have the rights to a child permission to live with another adult like a …

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Can I Sue My Ex for Emotional Distress?

How to sue your ex for emotional distress after a divorce

There is almost nothing more emotionally devastating than finding out that your spouse has committed adultery.  Infidelity breaks the bonds that hold a family together because it is a betrayal of the trust between parents and between parents and their children. Contents1 Suing Your Ex for Emotional Distress1.1 Was the infliction of emotional distress intentional?2 …

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