Child custody can sometimes get rather challenging, but having to deal with your child crossing international borders. These custody cases often rely on the Hague Convention and other precedents that have been set. These are often complex undertakings so working with someone intimately familiar with these cases is beneficial. 

Several things determine how to handle these cases. All of these

Going through a divorce is a traumatic situation for everyone involved. For the children, the unknowns combined with the major changes that they’re experiencing may be very hard to handle. Parents must find suitable ways to communicate with their children about what’s going on. 

The way that you communicate with your child depends largely on your child’s age and maturity

Marriage to someone from another country can come with unique complications. Those complications only increase when the couple divorces. If your spouse is an immigrant who did not become a United States citizen or if they have dual citizenship, they may want to leave the United States after your divorce.

In some cases, they may try to take your children

The divorce process can be stressful at the best of times. However, when children are involved in the situation, tensions can be heightened. As a parent, it can be difficult to understand both your rights and your obligations in this situation.

In Texas, what most people think of as “custody” is split into “conservatorship” and “possession and access.” Here’s more

Kids of divorce sometimes have strong opinions over child custody arrangements in Texas, especially those old enough to understand. However, because they are children, courts are hesitant to allow kids to chime in on these decisions.

With that said, there are certain situations in which a child may sway a Houston court’s child custody decisions. If your child is asking

Divorce can damage family relationships. Not only could you and your ex have trouble even being in the same room with one another, but your kids could become angry with or resentful toward one or both of their parents. 

In most Texas divorces, parents will end up sharing custody. Although a judge may consider an older child’s preferences, they likely

The divorce procedure can be stressful at the best of times. Arguably, the most taxing aspect is worrying about what will happen to the children. 

Parents may feel that the courts are going to be biased in their rulings. Thus, it is important to separate the common misconceptions from reality in Texas child custody hearings. Outlined below are three of

Some of the messiest, most expensive divorce issues involve dependent family members. Parents with young children may fight bitterly for custody.

Many modern couples may have chosen to expand their family with the inclusion of a dog or a cat. In some Texas families, horses are a cornerstone of how the family lives and are important to individual family members.