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Divorce and Claiming Dependents

The majority of Texas residents who claim dependents on their tax returns will not experience any complications with having their returns accepted. However, complications can arise in situations in which multiple taxpayers claim the same dependents and related tax credits, such as when separated or divorced parents both decide to report their children as dependents….

When Your Ex Isn’t Paying Child Support

Child support is a legal, financial obligation that is clearly outlined by Texas courts. But it’s not uncommon for noncustodial parents to make late payments or completely neglect their child support altogether. If you’re a custodial parent whose ex-partner isn’t providing support for your child: It can be frustrating. Put stress on your entire life. Impact…

4 Common Questions About Child Custody You Need to Know

Determining how decisions will be made for the children, how parenting time will be allocated between the parents, and how the children’s expenses will be paid are some common questions about child custody and also the greatest stressors for parents facing divorce. Ideally, parents will work together to come up with a plan to resolve…