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Can you move or travel with your kids after a Texas divorce?

For most parents, protecting their relationship with their children is the most important issue in a contentious divorce. You want to make sure that you still play an important role in the lives of your children and protect your bond with them. Seeing your children regularly is an important part of protecting that relationship. The same is true for your ex, who will also continue to play a critical role in the lives of the children you created together.

Is peer pressure going to lead to teen crime?

Parents who get a call saying that their child has gotten arrested often express shock and surprise. For an outsider, it's easy enough to wonder how the parents possibly could have been in the dark regarding this behavior or these tendencies. For parents, though, the reality is that outside pressure can massively influence the way teens act, and they really may not see this in their daily life. It can happen at school, at work, during after-school activities or when children go out in the community with their friends.