Updated January 30, 2019 A significant amount of divorce and family law cases involve the use of social media evidence to prove allegations and win in court. There is an irony in the design of social media platforms. It helps us meet and attract people and keep in touch with friends. The counterbalance involves people…
50/50 Equal Access Possession Schedules as Alternatives to the Standard Possession Orders Divorcing with children in Texas requires decisions about which parent will have which rights and duties and where the children will live during and after the divorce. Even though Texas law presumes both parents should be named as joint managing conservators with shared…
Divorcing with Children: Child Custody Issues When divorcing with children, child custody must be determined by agreement or ordered by the court. The terms custody and visitation are commonly used by people when talking about conservatorship and possession or access to the child, the terms used in the Texas Family Code. Everything decided should be…
Divorcing with Children Without Anxiety Raising happy children after divorce should be the goal of both parents. The decision to divorce can be challenging when parents consider the potential impact on the children. It is a good idea to prepare ahead of time and figure out what to tell them, either together as parents or…
Uninsured Medical Expense Reimbursement: Must Send EOBs The parent seeking reimbursement for uninsured portions of children’s health-care expenses must fulfill the conditions causing the other’s duty to pay. The parent should present the other with any Received forms, receipts, bills, statements and explanations of benefits (EOBs) relating to medical expenses. How EOBs and statements should…
January is a busy month for new divorce, custody and modification filings because there are so many holiday divorce and custody issues for parents and kids. Most people who file a case in January decided months earlier and chose to wait until after the holidays. Some people wait until after Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years…
Being Grateful on Thanksgiving After Divorce Given the options of having an interrupted life and sharing your kids versus never having them, any parent who loves their children will be grateful for them on Thanksgiving. After the divorce and custody process is finalized, we all must move on with our lives and that means dealing…
Domestic and Family Violence in Texas   October is domestic violence awareness month. Any given day, there are more than 20,000 phone calls made to domestic violence hotlines across the nation.   https://barrowsfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Domestic-and-Family-Violence-Divorce-Issues-Podcast.mp3  In this podcast, Southlake divorce lawyer, Leslie Barrows talks about a variety of domestic and family violence concerns and what to do in a situation where…
That sweet time finally has come after a dreary winter: Spring Break.  Countless thousands of partying college students will flood beaches from South Padre Island to Port Aransas to Galveston.  Try your best to stay safe while you have a good time. While you’re at it, try not to regret it the rest of your…
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