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Family law: Interstate custody issues can aggravate tension

When a divorced parent in the Houston area has to relocate to another state whether due to a new job, military or business transfer or other reason -- both parents might have unanswered questions. If your child moves away with your former spouse, who is also the custodial parent, it would be natural to be concerned about how this will affect your parent-child relationship. Texas family law attorney Andrew Bayley is available to consult with you and answer your questions. 

How is Child Custody Decided in Texas?

Divorce is an unquestionably complicated process and these issues become magnified if a divorcing couple has children. In addition to dividing property, assets, and calculating potential spousal support, the best interest of the children must be decided.

Litigation can jeopardize a company's future and drain resources

Owners of commercial property in Texas and other states always have to live with the threat of lawsuits filed against them. Whenever the owner of a building provides apartment units for rent, there will be potential commercial landlord-tenant disputes. When negotiations cannot resolve disagreements, costly litigation may follow.

Litigation involving contract disputes may ruin a business

Many courtroom battles involve the validity of business contracts. Accordingly, it makes good sense for Texas business owners to have a general understanding about the essential elements of a contract. Doing so may help avoid the time and expense of litigation. In its simplest terms, a contract involves an offer and an acceptance; that is, a contract is established once a proposal is formally accepted. This requires a meeting of the minds of the parties involved, including a mutual understanding that a legal relationship is intended.

Professional risk management advice may prevent litigation

Business owners in Texas would not want to jeopardize success by facing lawsuits that could have been prevented. Unfortunately, corrupt people who will take their chances at bribery by offering gifts to employees threaten every business. If company owners are not on the lookout for such incidents, costly litigation may follow.

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