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How Family Abuse Affects Child Custody in Texas
How Family Abuse Affects Child Custody in Texas

Family violence is as prevalent in Plano as it is anywhere else in Texas, and the nation. While emotional and physical abuse occurs behind closed doors where others may never witness it, family violence usually comes to light during divorce and child custody proceedings. ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

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  • Child Custody in Rape Cases

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  • Child Custody: Does the Mother have an Advantage in Texas Courts?

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