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This Thanksgiving There is Much to be Thankful for – Our Children

20Nov2017Posted by Legal Team in Child Custody Law, Dallas Child Custody, Denton Child Custody, Divorce Law in Texas, Frisco Child Custody, Highland Village Child Custody, Law Blog for California and Texas, Lewisville Child Custody, Marriage, Texas Child Custody Questions by City

GIVING THANKS – 7 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR EVERY DIVORCED PARENT By Dugan P. Kelley   “For flowers that bloom about our feet; For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet; For song of bird, and hum of bee; For all things fair we hear or see,…

Child Custody During Holidays is Difficult but Necessary – Halloween Is One Such Holiday

10Nov2017Posted by Legal Team in Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Texas Law Questions

HALLOWEEN – CHILD CUSTODY AND HOW TO SHARE HOLIDAYS AFTER DIVORCE! By Dugan P. Kelley Candy, pop, swollen bellies, stained teeth, and blisters on the feet are what many parents associate with Halloween.  For most kids, Halloween is pure joy and a time to engage…

Family Crisis – Cherish Your Kids!

25Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Texas Child Custody Questions by City, Texas Divorce Questions by City

Cherish Your Kids above all else, even in Divorce and Family Crisis   By Dugan P. Kelley   I was traveling home from a little league game with my 11 year-old.  It was late for my son to be out.  He was riding in the…

Divorce, Children, Passports – Traveling Made More Complicated

03Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Texas Law Questions

Divorce, Children, Passports – Travelling with Children After Divorce   By Dugan P. Kelley   Divorce, Children, Passports, when combined, can make for a complicated situation. Getting a Passport and travelling with children after a divorce — If you are divorced and have children, you…

I Don’t Like My Mediated Settlement Agreement -MSA! What Can I Do?

24Sep2017Posted by Legal Team in Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in Texas, Dallas Child Custody, Denton Child Custody, Divorce Law in Texas, Frisco Child Custody, Highland Village Child Custody, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Lewisville Child Custody, Mediation Law in Texas, Texas Law Questions, Uncategorized

I Don’t Like My Mediated Settlement Agreement -MSA! What Can I Do? By Dugan P. Kelley A mediated settlement agreement (MSA) usually resolves a family law case.  Christman Kelley & Clarke, PC can help evaluate your mediated settlement agreement and/or your current family law situation. …

Divorce in Dallas, Texas – Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC Can Help

13Jul2014Posted by Legal Staff in Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in Texas, Dallas Child Custody, Dallas Texas Divorce, Divorce Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Texas Divorce Questions by City, Texas Law Questions

Divorce in Dallas Texas – Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC Can Help Do you need to know more information about how to file for divorce in Dallas Texas? Maybe you are looking at the various laws trying to figure out how you fit in. Maybe…

I Want to Change Child Custody Arrangement!

28Jun2014Posted by Legal Staff in California Law Questions, Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities, Law Questions by Texas Cities, Texas Law Questions

To change your child custody arrangement, steps are needed to make sure that your changes are valid: You need to understand that until a Court has entered a new custody order, you must follow the existing one. For any valid changes, you will need to have certain legal documents prepared like a Petition to Modify the Parent-Child Relationship, Order to Modify, or other documents. You also need to be prepared to have your ex served with legal notice of the changes.

CO-PARENTING! The Need to Do it Effectively.

28Jun2014Posted by Legal Staff in California Law Questions, Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Texas Law Questions

C0-Parenting in Divorce – An Important Ingredient to the Resolution Apart from death, divorce is perhaps the most stressful situation any individual will go through in their lives. A divorce with children and uncooperative ex spouses compounds the stress exponentially! As you might imagine, developing…

5 Reasons Why you Should Care about The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act!

28Jun2014Posted by Legal Staff in Child Custody, Child Custody Law, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas

Five Reasons Why you Should Care about The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act! 5) Child Custody Jurisdiction:  Child Abduction Issues Need Uniform Laws! The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (“UCCJEA”) is a uniform law designed to deter interstate parental kidnapping and…