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Settle is Not a Four-Letter Word

Settle is a bad word in our individualistic, success-driven culture.  To settle is to fail.  If you google “never settle” you’ll see just how many companies have built their brand on our core [...]

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Children of Divorce During the Holidays

Divorce affects children in many ways. The feelings of loss that accompany a divorce are heightened around the holidays, when kids are forced to adjust to life with only one parent at a time. [...]

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Can I get a witness? How the Rules of Evidence can torpedo your family law case

I know it’s summertime, but let’s pull out the old barrister wig, channel our inner Blackstone, and talk about evidence in family law. In most family law cases, there’s what you [...]

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Up For Grabs, Kids Without Court Orders

It happens all the time.  You knew things were rocky and your relationship strained, but when you come home to an empty house, it takes your breath away.  The kids… where are they?  No [...]

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CHILD CUSTODY LAWYER EXPLAINS CONSERVATORSHIP LAWS IN TEXAS

All kids’ issues originate from these core questions: Who will be named as conservators of the child? Which conservator has the right to designate the primary residence of the child? Will [...]

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A Creative Custody Arrangement During Divorce

I’ve been working with a client who is unwinding a 20 year marriage after discovering his wife’s infidelity.  They have two children, both of whom have Asperger’s and are [...]

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Getting to Know Our Family Law Clients

When you hire Schreier & Housewirth Family Law for your case, plan on spending some time with us here at the office.  That’s because we will take the time in our initial client intake [...]

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The Shoebox And Other Mysteries Of Medical Support For Kids

So, you think you know a little about Texas child support laws, right? You’ve heard about the Texas child support guidelines, wage withholding orders, and even the dreaded contempt of court for [...]

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Fort Worth Collaborative Lawyers Redefine Divorce

Does every Fort Worth divorce or child custody case have to end in a bitter trial? While in days gone by, a Fort Worth divorce attorney devoted the majority of his or her time to preparing [...]

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What To Do When Your Custody Order Stops Working

If you have a crystal ball, be sure to bring it with you when you negotiate the child custody provisions in your Texas divorce decree or visitation order. That way, you’ll see the future and make [...]

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