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December 2017 Archives

Defining the "best interests" of children

If you are a Texas resident preparing to adopt the child you have been fostering, there are some things you should know about how the courts view the best interest of the child. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we have helped numerous families navigate the process of determining what is in the best interest of a minor. 

Tips for preventing international child abduction

If you live in Texas and share a child with someone who comes from another country, and the two of you have a particularly difficult relationship, you may have valid concerns about international child abduction. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we are highly familiar with the steps you can take as a parent to reduce the chances of your ex attempting to kidnap your child and leave the country. We have helped many clients facing such situations work to protect themselves or regain physical custody over their children.

Resources for grandparents seeking custody of their grandchildren

Grandparents in Texas who seek to gain custody of their grandchildren face some challenges unique to the state. They also usually deal with general issues associated with the process. For example, many custodial grandparents who are not currently caretakers experience stress regarding discipline and communication. Grandparents can often benefit from learning about these problems during the legal custodianship process, even if they have raised a child in the past.

Do lesbian couples face unique domestic violence challenges?

Domestic violence has no preference when it comes to race, gender, financial status or sexual preference. The legalization of same-sex marriage brought numerous LGBT issues to light, including complications of divorce. There are also a few differences between same-sex and heterosexual couples when it comes to domestic violence. You are not alone if you are a woman married to another woman in Texas, and feel unsure where to turn if your partner is abusive.

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