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February 2015 Archives

Negotiating a parenting agreement

When many Texas parents decide to divorce, many believe that they may be headed for a long and costly custody battle. However, this is not always the case. In fact, if both parents can work together, they may be able to negotiate a parent agreement that resolves their issues before the case ever makes it to court. Not only does this keep the cost of the divorce down, but it also allows both parents to have a say in how their children are raised.

Divorces may not have to be expensive

One thing that many Texas couples whose marriages are breaking down are concerned about is whether a divorce will be expensive. Issues related to spousal support and property division are the ones that typically cause the most problems for divorcing couples.

Tax benefits single parents may use

Financial difficulties are common for custodial parents after a they get divorced in Texas. However, federal income tax laws offer some relief from the strain of raising a child alone. There are quite a few ways a single parent can take advantage of them to give them more money for their family.