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Traveling with kids after divorce: Tips for an easy trip

After a divorce, there could be times when you want to travel with your children. When staying in the country, your ex-spouse might be okay with it, but what about if you want to travel internationally? In some cases, that might be pushing for too much, but you do still have options to help you take your kids overseas.

Special considerations for young school children

Making plans for your child when you are going through a child custody case means that you have to do your best to determine those needs during the future. This isn't always possible. However, there are some guidelines that you can consider for each stage of a child's life.

Watch the accounts if you and your ex own a business

Going through a divorce can sometimes bring out the worst in people. You might think that your ex is going to be on the up-and-up with you, but that might not be the case. It is especially important that you take steps to make sure that you are protecting yourself throughout the divorce process.

Who gets the vacation home during your Texas divorce?

When you've decided to file for divorce, you may worry about a lot of different things. Who will receive custody of the kids? Will you have to sell your home and move? What happens with your lake house or vacation properties? There is no simple answer to any of these questions. If you and your former spouse can't agree on the terms of your divorce, such as who gets custody and how to split your assets, the courts will have to review your situation and decide on your behalf. When that happens, it's difficult to predict what the final divorce decree will include for asset division and custody.

What you need to know about divorce in Texas

After more than 20 years of marriage, you have decided that it is time to start over. Since the kids are grown and in college, you do not have to worry about a long and ugly custody battle because of your divorce. However, you are concerned with how the court will divide your marital property. Will the judge give you 50 percent of everything you and your husband own? Will you have enough to support yourself? Are there any special laws you need to know about when it comes to divorcing in Texas?

4 ways to make divorce easier on children

Divorce is never easy, and sometimes it's the children involved who suffer the most. While both parents are caught up in the logistics of divorce, it can mean that children don't receive all the attention and reassurance they need. Fortunately, there are many ways to make your child feel cared for and important during a divorce.

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