Day: June 21, 2016

Are you Sure You Have a Common Law Marriage? Texas Common Law Marriage Requirements

Some Texas couples live together for years but never get a marriage license. They believe that because they share the same home, have children together, and mix their money, they have a “common-law marriage” that is equal in terms, rights, and duties to a more typical marriage entered into under a state-issued marriage license. But …

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SUPPORT FOR A MINOR OR ADULT CHILD WITH DISABILITY IN TEXAS (TFC 154.301+)

 Child Support for a Minor Child With Disability in Texas Texas courts may order either or both parents to provide support for a child for an “indefinite period” if the child requires substantial care and personal supervision because of a mental or physical disability, whether institutionalized or not, when that child will not be capable …

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