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May 2017 Archives

How nesting may help children adjust to joint custody

Texas parents who are getting a divorce may be interested in sharing custody of their children, but they might also be concerned about how moving back and forth between households could affect their children's stability. One solution might be nesting. This is an arrangement in which the children stay in the family home and the parents take turns living there.

Can politics end a marriage?

Marriages end for many reasons, but Texas residents might be surprised to learn that politics can be a factor. According to a study from Wakefield Research, more relationships are coming to an end over political disagreements since President Trump's election.

Virtual visitation after divorce

Divorced Texas parents may have some kind of virtual visitation agreement in place that allows the noncustodial parent to communicate with their child using text, phone calls or video calls. This may be especially useful if the noncustodial parent lives far away, but in some cases, custodial parents might wonder if they can cut back on or block this kind of contact.