Most teens view getting their license as their first taste of freedom. Parents feel a little differently. Though you may be relieved to not have to drive your child everywhere, the nervousness you feel every time your child gets behind the wheel likely outweighs your sense of relief.
When Texas residents are going through a divorce, many find that the child custody issue is the most emotional part of the process. A divorce can be tough on anyone, but couples who have children sometimes feel like the divorce process is particularly hard on them. That is why these couples think long and hard about whether the marriage is worth trying to save, or if divorce is inevitable.
Couples in Texas who make the decision to go through a divorce do not arrive at that decision lightly. After all, most married couples have poured years of their heart and emotions into the relationship, and the realization that they may be better off separated can be difficult to acknowledge. And, then, during the divorce, complications can arise if the soon-to-be ex-spouses have significant disagreements on the issues that need to be decided, such as alimony, child custody and support and property division.