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What is decided on during divorce mediation?

As someone going through a divorce in Texas, you understand intimately that it's more than a cut-and-dried severance and a small stack of papers, especially if a child is involved. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we strive to help minimize this complex and often stressful process so that every party deals with as few issues as possible and the child's best interest is protected.

What don't child support payments go toward?

Parents who divorce in Texas are still left with one major and long-lasting issue that they need to cooperate together to work through: how they're going to pay to raise their child well. Child support payments are meant to help spread out the financial burden, but unfortunately, there are a lot of expenses that child support doesn't cover.

Can fathers get sole custody?

If you are going through a divorce in Texas, you know how tricky navigating child custody can be. For fathers, the path to sole custody can seem even more difficult, if not impossible. Many fathers have been left wondering if there is any way they can become the sole caregiver for their children.

Divorced parents and college tuition

Parents who are getting divorced in Texas and have children that someday may go to college will want to understand a bit how this process might work. Even if college is many years away from the time of a divorce, it can be very important to look ahead. As explained by FastWeb, a college-bound student information website, there is no legal requirement for either parent to fund a child's college education.

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