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  • Stepparent Adoption: Do I Need the Noncustodial Parent's Consent?
    Stepparent Adoption: Do I Need the Noncustodial Parent's Consent?

    If you are planning on adopting your stepson or stepdaughter, he or she is very fortunate to have such a loving person in their life. Each state has established its own laws regarding adoption ; ...

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  • Dividing Marital Property in a Texas Divorce
    Dividing Marital Property in a Texas Divorce

    If you are in the middle of a divorce or soon will be, you will have to deal with dividing the marital assets. Texas is one of a handful of states that divides marital property under the laws of ...

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  • Attorneys Alex Hunt and Kelly Rizzo Recognized as Super Lawyers 2018 Rising Stars
    Attorneys Alex Hunt and Kelly Rizzo Recognized as Super Lawyers 2018 Rising Stars

    Hunt Law Firm, PLLC is excited to announce that two of our attorneys, Alex Hunt and Kelly Rizzo, have been selected in the Super Lawyers 2018 Rising Stars list. This prestigious list is limited to a ...

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  • Child Custody & Grandparents' Rights in Texas
    Child Custody & Grandparents' Rights in Texas

    There is no doubt that loving grandparents can play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren. Grandparents often serve as caregivers, mentors, and role models to grandchildren; they can ...

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  • How Divorce Can Impact Credit
    How Divorce Can Impact Credit

    If you are headed for divorce , you may be concerned about the divorce damaging your credit score. This is a reasonable concern, but it is not an inevitable consequence of divorce. There are steps you ...

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  • Effects of Not Paying Child Support
    Effects of Not Paying Child Support

    When parents divorce , they are still both legally responsible to support their children. When a family court orders a non-custodial parent to pay child support , he or she will typically be subject ...

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