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Can I Have My Marriage Annulled?

If a court finds that a marriage is not valid, it will order an annulment. The legal consequence of this finding is that the marriage will be treated as if it never came into existence. However, getting an annulment is often difficult. A Fort Worth family law lawyer can advise..

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How Does the Judge Determine Child Support?

When a judge determines how much child support to award in a case, he or she generally follows the child support formula, state statutes and child support guidelines. However, your family law attorney Fort Worth can provide valuable information about the possible amount that you will be ordered to pay or..

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A Fort Worth Child Custody Lawyer Discusses Setting Schedules for Children

A Fort Worth child custody lawyer recommends development of a set contact schedule for children and non-custodial parents after a divorce and suggests some general considerations for this recommendation. Parents developing a set schedule of time-sharing or contacts between their children and themselves after a divorce tend to think about..

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Calculating Child Support

If you are embroiled in a child support dispute, contact a Fort Worth family lawyer for help. Child support cases can be complex and stressful, so you need an attorney that you can trust. A Fort Worth family attorney can help present your side of the case. A child support..

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