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Infidelity and Divorce in Texas

When Your Spouse Has Cheated on You-Infidelity and Divorce in Texas

Texas is a "no-fault" divorce state. You can seek to terminate your marriage with stating any specific reason. You need only acknowledge to the court that there is incompatibility in your marriage. Does this mean, though, that the fact that your spouse carried on an extra-marital affair plays no part in your divorce proceeding? Not necessarily.

Factors to Consider in Custody and Visitation Disputes in Texas

How the Texas Courts Establish Custody and Visitation

In Texas, you can enter into a mutual agreement regarding the custody and visitation rights of parents with respect to minor children. However, if you cannot come to an agreement, the court will, in its discretion, make a determination of what is in the best interests of the child. Children who have reached the age of 12 may participate in the determination of custody and visitation arrangements. This blog post looks at the factors the court will consider when evaluating what is in the best interests of the child.

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