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.
The Texas Spousal Support law provides potentially increased relief to spouses who have been out of the work force, are disabled, are victims of family violence or are the primary custodians of a disabled child. Read more about the expansion of Texas Spousal Maintenance Laws on the blog of Dallas divorce and family law attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC.
In Texas, a man can establish paternity prior to the birth of a child by filing a request for adjudication of parentage and voluntary litigation. Read more about Pre Natal DNA testing in Texas in this blog from Dallas paternity attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm PC
If only divorced parents could mutually agree on meaningful possession schedules while co-parenting their kids! But since many cannot or will not, the Texas Courts generally use a One-Size-Fits-All Standard Possession order for all children over three years of age. The Texas Legislature over time has expanded the schedule to make access a little more flexible. Does this always squarely meet or suit the needs of a child and her/his relationship with both parents? Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC.