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December 2018 Archives

How co-parents can reduce their kids' holiday stress

Most adults experience some level of stress during the holiday season -- with shopping, decorating, making it to the kids' holiday events and fulfilling their own social obligations. If you're recently separated or divorced, that stress is likely multiplied because you're doing much of this on your own and dealing with your co-parent when it comes to your kids' activities and schedule.

Why divorced parents should consider an alcohol monitoring system

If you're a divorcing parent who has had issues with alcohol, those issues are likely to factor into your custody and visitation agreement. Even if you've moderated your drinking or stopped completely, your co-parent may still be concerned for the safety and well-being of your kids if they're alone in your care.

Protecting your children's trusts from divorce

Texans often work with their estate planning attorneys to structure trusts so that they can pass on family assets to their children. However, if those children and their spouses divorce, they often don't want the spouse to get a portion of those assets in the settlement. They want the money to stay in the family -- not to be split with a spouse who has gone their own way.

A child support modification may be possible

When you first find that you're responsible for paying child support, you may have some concerns about your ability to stay current. However, once you settle in, you can work this into your budget and be proud of the fact that you're doing something to help better the life of your children.

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