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Frequently Asked Questions
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- What is the process for getting a divorce?
- What are the grounds for dissolution of marriage?
- What are the residency requirements in order to obtain a divorce?
- After the divorce case is filed, how long does it take?
- What is community property?
- What are the different types of adoptions available in Texas?
- What can we pay for?
- What difference does it make if we are working with a birth mother from another state?
- What is a Pre-Adoptive Home Screening?
- What is an open adoption?
- What is the legal process?
- Anger Control
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- Privacy and Secrecy
- Taping Telephone Conversations
- Parent-Child Telephone Calls
- Illegal Drug Use and Drinking
- Recovering Addicts and Alcoholics
- Sexual Abuse and Child Abuse Allegations
- Psychiatric Problems and Counseling
- Types of Child Custody Arrangements
- Joint Managing Conservatorship and Split Possession
- Child Interviews and Affidavits
- Gender Equality and Primary Parenting
- Parents are Equal Without a Court Order
- Residency Restriction
- Calculation of Child Support
- Overtime Wages and Child Support
- Medical Insurance Coverage for Children
- Payment of Uninsured Medical Bills
- Non-Parents and Child Support
- Non-Payment of Child Support
- Denial of Visitation
- Child Support and Visitation Are Not Linked
- Garnishment of Wages to Collect Child Support
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