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  • Does Child Support in Texas Come Out of Workers’ Compensation?
    Does Child Support in Texas Come Out of Workers’ Compensation?

    As a rule, both parents in Texas are expected to financially support their children, even after a divorce. When there is a significant change in circumstances (for example, the paying parent losses ...

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  • How Domestic Violence Affects Child Custody in Texas
    How Domestic Violence Affects Child Custody in Texas

    A history of physical or verbal abuse commonly surfaces in divorce proceedings. Many times allegations are based on fact, while some accusations may prove to be false. Regardless, family courts are ...

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  • Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live with in Texas?
    Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live with in Texas?

    “Can my child choose which parent to live with in our divorce (or child custody ) case?” This is one of those questions that we hear frequently. This is a complex question, and the answer is often ...

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  • 3 Hunt Law Firm Attorneys Named to Texas Rising Stars List for 2019
    3 Hunt Law Firm Attorneys Named to Texas Rising Stars List for 2019

    At Hunt Law Firm, we pride ourselves on providing clients with excellent family law and divorce legal services, we are pleased to announce that three of our firm’s attorneys have been named to the ...

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  • How to Add a Father to a Birth Certificate in Texas
    How to Add a Father to a Birth Certificate in Texas

    In all 50 states, when a child is born to married parents, the law automatically assumes the woman’s husband is the child’s biological and legal father. However, when a child is born to unmarried ...

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  • Can Child Support Arrears Affect Licenses in Texas?
    Can Child Support Arrears Affect Licenses in Texas?

    Most Texas residents are well-aware that if they get too many moving violations on their driving record or if they are convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), their driver license will be ...

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