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Austin Family Law Blog

Check out some of our blogs from expert family lawyers on child support and divorce. Our attorneys aim to help you as much as possible in Travis County and Austin, Texas.

Technology takes the emotion out of child custody

Divorce is a messy situation. Emotions run hot, and tempers can flare at the worst times. Unfortunately, children are the most likely to suffer when these outbursts occur. However, divorcees find that technology can help ease that tension.  Making matters...

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Facing holiday co-parenting challenges

Holidays can be stressful times even for families in which two parents reside together. Co-parenting during the holidays can cause unique challenges, especially if the divorce happened relatively recently. However, for the sake of your children, you and your...

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Designing a co-parenting schedule

After making the initial decision to divorce, the people involved need to make additional decisions about the future. If they are parents, any future plans must include arrangements for parenting their children. In a co-parenting situation, both parents share the...

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Is co-parenting still possible? These three tips can help.

We are living in unprecedented times. Although past generations have gone through pandemics, our social structure is much different than it was in the past. As a result, we have new situations to navigate. Situations like co-parenting children after a divorce. Is it...

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