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Terrence Howard asks to be released from divorce agreement

Texas couples considering divorce might be interested in a recent case involving the actor Terrence Howard. Reportedly, Howard is asking a judge to throw out a divorce settlement that requires him to pay his ex-wife, Michelle Ghent, $325,000 in spousal support.

Social media becomes useful tool in child support cases

Authorities throughout the country, including Texas, are cracking down on parents who refuse to pay court-ordered child support, and many officials are turning to social media during their investigations. A county in Wisconsin is only one of those that is using Facebook and other similar sites to bust those shirking child support payment duties.

How to handle the marital home in a divorce

Couples who own a home together and are divorcing or separating in Texas might need to consider how to handle the property during proceedings. In many cases, one spouse stays in the home and the other moves out. However, this process might not be as simple as some people think it is. According to a recent article, a divorce that awards the home to one party might not remove the other party's liability for the mortgage.

Indiana Pacers all-star looking to obtain full custody of child

Texas families may be interested in the legal battle being waged between one basketball star and a woman who gave birth to a baby girl that may have been his child. Pending the results of a new paternity test, the player may be seeking to exclude the child's mother from custody.

Dodgers' former owner wins in divorce case

Texas fans of the Dodgers may be applauding their former owner after hearing about a recent decision in his divorce case. The judge ruled in Frank McCourt's favor in the high-profile divorce case, instructing ex-wife Jamie McCourt to pay legal fees that he incurred after she contested their divorce settlement.

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