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Changes for child support during a Texas incarceration

In an attempt to change a system that some experts say can leave imprisoned parents who are paying child support with insurmountable debt, the Obama administration has issued new rules related to this issue. The rules, which have been long-awaited, address the problem created by policies in some states.

Issues related to gray divorce in Texas

Gray divorce is a term that refers to separating spouses who are age 50 or older. Research indicates that the rate of divorces in this age group has doubled between 1990 and 2014. Experts believe that one reason for the significant increase in gray divorces is due to the fact that there is no longer as much of a social stigma associated with divorce.

International adoptions

An international adoption could be one way to bring a child into a Texas family. An international adoption agency might be needed as there are many steps to adopting a child from another country. The U.S. State Department has a list of countries that allow American citizens to adopt.

The importance of child support for single parents in Texas

Studies have shown that the number of children born to unmarried parents has been holding steady at about 40 percent in the United States. While some of these parents will marry and other parents will live together, most children will end up living with just one parent. This generally necessitates that the custodial parent or the parent the child spends the most time with receive child support.

The value of prenuptial agreements for Millennials

Some Millennials in Texas may be among those who are getting prenuptial agreements in increasing numbers, according to a survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Millennials may be in particular need of such agreements because they may go into marriage with both family money and wealth from startups.

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