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Diplomacy may be complex facet of international adoptions

The desire to love and raise a child to flourishing adulthood is one shared by many adults. Not all are able to see those desires fulfilled by natural processes so they turn to adoption, often on an international scale. Texas attorneys experienced in family law know that adoptions that cross national boundaries to create families can bring with them special, unexpected complexities that require ongoing legal counsel.

NBA legend calls 'foul' on paternity suit

For most people, worrying about their immediate biological history is unnecessary. Monogamy, marriage, and responsible parenting almost always leads to complete certainty on matters of a child's paternity. However, in some instances the answers may not be so clear-cut.

Penalties for child support shirkers taking new forms

The problem of non-custodial parents running form or refusing outright their responsibility to pay child support funds for the children they no longer care for has become an all-too-common instance all across Texas. For those who owe, be it a paltry or sizeable sum, the threats of direct legal action, wage garnishment, and possible jail time are likely familiar. However, some areas of the country are testing out new and surprising methods of extracting payment.

Study: drinking to excess can doom a marriage

Couples walking down the aisle have traditionally made a vow to remain together "til death do us part." In today's times, however, that promise is losing much of its iron-clad connotation. A multitude of new pressures have made marriage a more and more difficult commitment; in many situations it has become simply unrealistic to stay together, and the 21st century's rising divorce rate has shown that many spouses no longer feel socially obligated to stick it out through a broken, potentially toxic marriage..

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