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The Right of First Refusal and Child Custody

Do a Google search on the right of first refusal and you will find numerous articles from the state of Illinois. A law has been enacted there requiring the right of first refusal in all child custody cases. This has created quite a controversy among legislators, lawyers, and parent facilitators. But why? What Is the Read More

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Child Support with 50/50 Child Possession Schedules

In North Texas, there has been a growing trend towards awarding parents 50/50 possession schedules of their children (as opposed to the Standard Possession Order or a variation of it). The theory behind it is that children should have frequent and continuing contact with both parents. Not all judges award 50/50. Some do and some Read More

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Child Possession and Visitation – The 50/50 Possession Schedule

When most people think of parents having split custody of a child, they think of the standard possession order. That’s when one parent has the child the majority of the time and the other parent has the child every other weekend. There has been a trend developing among legislators, psychologists, and in some courts to Read More

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Child Possession Schedules

One of the first questions all parents have when starting the divorce process is “When will I get to see my kids?” In Texas, child possession and visitation can take many shapes and forms depending on a variety of factors. These factors will all be taken into account through the lens which the judges must Read More

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Divorce in the Information Age: Lessons from the Ashley Madison Hack

By Brian K. Tackett The tagline for Ashley Madison is: “Life it Short. Have an affair.” This is a website specifically marketed to married people who want to have an affair. It boasts “over 40,915,000 anonymous members.” Uh Oh! How many of those 40+ million “anonymous” users thought they would be outed by a hacker? Read More

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Family Law Advice

By Brian K. Tackett, Attorney at Law Seven Tips for When You Need Family Law Help Families are complex units made up of different people who closely interact with one another, which means quarrels and issues are bound to arise at some point or another. While many family issues can be settled after a talk, Read More

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Planning For Out of State Visitation And Summer Break

By Brian K. Tackett, Attorney at Law The final school bell has rung, and across the country kids everywhere are starting to settle into their summer break. For kids of divorced parents, some of the fun can be taken our of summer holidays if a significant amount of travel between  parents is necessary. It is Read More

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Temporary Orders, Restraining Orders, & Standing Orders – Finding Some Calm in the Chaos of Divorce

By Brian Tackett – Attorney at Law Temporary Orders are a concept unique to family law. A Temporary Order is an order of the Court declaring certain things a party or parties must do or not do while a divorce is pending. Since family law cases can go on for months and sometimes even years, Read More

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Why Choose a Board Certified Lawyer?

Choosing the right lawyer for your legal matters can become a little daunting when everyone claims to be the best. However, by picking a Board Certified lawyer, you are choosing a highly esteemed and skilled professional in his or her particular field of law practice. What Does Board Certified Mean? Attorneys who are Board Certified Read More

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What Is Child Custody In the State of Texas?

By Brian K. Tackett If you’re going through a divorce (or thinking about going through a divorce) and have children, getting custody of your children is probably an important topic for you. Before fighting for custody of your children, let’s discuss what custody is. What Is Child Custody? Custody is not a term specifically defined Read More

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