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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,…

Marriage Reconciliation – When Family Law Attorneys are Happy to be Fired

13Nov2017Posted by Legal Team in Divorce Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas, Mediation Law in Texas, Texas Law Questions

When are Family Law Attorneys Happy to be Fired?  Marriage Reconciliation! By Dugan P. Kelley   Webster’s defines “reconciliation” as the act of causing two people to become friendly again after an argument or disagreement.  In the context of a family crisis, like a divorce…

Denton County Attorneys for Family Law – Our Unique Services Are Available

05Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in Denton Child Custody, Divorce Law in Texas, Texas Divorce Questions by City, Uncategorized

Denton County Attorneys for Family Law We Offer Unique and Effective Family Law Services The Denton County family law attorneys at Christman, Kelley, & Clarke have a unique and refreshing approach to the often turbulent and emotionally stressful disputes arising in the context of divorce,…

Recognition of Parental Alienation

02Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in California Law Questions, Child Custody, Child Custody Law in California, Child Custody Law in Texas, Divorce Law in Texas, Law Blog for California and Texas

Parental Alienation Only Harms the Children By Dugan P. Kelley Parental Alienation in Divorce and Custody Cases (Dallas, Collin, Tarrant, Denton, and Wise Counties) — Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines alienation as “a withdrawing or separation of a person or a person’s affections from an object or position of former…

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. …