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Texas and grandparent rights

Texas family courts always attempt to uphold the best interests of the child in their decisions. If grandparents can show that their presence in their grandchild's life is beneficial to their interests, then the court may accede to a request for visitation rights or even the award of custody. The grandparent must be prepared to fulfill specific conditions required by the court, and greater authority over the child will require greater proof that the proposed course of action lies within the child's best interests.

Responsibility for student loan debt after marriage

Texas couples who are considering getting a divorce may already know that financial issues can be a major point of contention during the process. This also includes the allocation of a spouse's student loan debt. Having a clear understanding of what happens to student loan debt during a divorce can help both parties be better prepared if a court is making the decision.

Web portal assists employers with child support deductions

Many noncustodial parents in Texas and around the country pay child support through payroll deductions. In other words, the child support that a parent owes comes directly out of the parent's paycheck before the parent is paid by the employer. By paying child support in this way, noncustodial parents do not have to remember to make child support payments as long as they remain employed.

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