The state of Texas takes the failure to pay child support very seriously. To that end, individuals who get too far behind in their payments could be subject to penalties that include jail time. In fact, in some cases, law enforcement officials may even arrest...
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Malicious treatment may call for custody order modification
A divorce involving children can be fraught with conflicts. It is typically in a child's best interest if his or her parents are civil to one another and adhere to the terms of the child custody order. Unfortunately, things do not always work out this way. In fact, a...
Grandparents can receive visitation in military divorces
When parents divorce, often their children can face a confusing period of transition. What was once a single family unit is now divided. In such a time, children may be able to seek some solace by spending time with their grandparents. But what if only one of a...