Texas is one of the most restrictive states when it comes to ordering spousal support; or “maintenance” as it is defined in the Texas statute. Texas House Bill 901 changing the spousal maintenance law in the Texas Family Code became effective for divorce cases on September 1, 2011. See how Texas calculates spousal maintenance in a divorce on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol.
The Internal Revenue Code states that the parent with whom the child lived with for the greater number of nights during the year is entitled to claim the dependency exemption. Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
Watch this video on Texas business agreements discusssing: how to protect yourself in a Texas Partnership agreement, Texas confidentiality agreements, etc, by Dallas business attorney Mark Nacol
Parental Alienation Syndrome is recognized by the courts but is very difficult to define and in most cases requires bringing in County Social Services, Child Protective Services, and/or other professionals. Anyone claiming Parental Alienation Syndrome should look for family therapy as a constructive way forward. Other forms of abuse are physical, sexual, and neglect which are much easier to identify. Read more about Parental Alienation Syndrome on the blog of Dallas child custody attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm PC