Kyle Whitaker
Family Law

Child Custody Disputes During the Holidays

In: Family Law

Disputes about child custody and parenting time are very common during the holidays. The holidays are a quintessentially “family” time of year, and everyone wants to have the kids then.

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How Does Family Court Determine If a Parent is Unfit?

In: Family Law

One of the most challenging and contentious aspects of a breakup, separation, or divorce is the issue of child custody, which is also called conservatorship, possession, and access in Texas [...]

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How Long Does a Temporary Injunction Last?

In: Family Law

There are different reasons why a court might issue temporary injunctions, including to protect a person or child, preserve property or evidence, and more [...]

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Will Your Custody be Affected if You're a Parent with COVID-19?

In: Family Law

Navigating shared custody is difficult enough during a pandemic, but the situation becomes significantly more complicated if one parent starts showing possible symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19. If this happens, how exactly will it impact your child custody arrangement[...]

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Starting your own business can be rewarding both financially and personally. If you start a business with your spouse, it can provide you with more freedom and result in a partnership in more ways than one[...]

Read MoreWhat to Consider When Divorcing a Business Partner

There are many reasons why you might want to live apart from your spouse without legally ending your marriage with a divorce[...]

Read More In Texas, Legal Separation Doesn’t Exist

Domestic violence is a common occurrence in Texas and the United States. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, domestic violence affects millions of people in the United States ever year. Due to the prevalence of domestic violence in the United States, Texas courts are required to consider evidence [...]

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When two people separate or divorce, it’s rarely amicable. With such strong emotions for each other gone awry, there can be a lot of anger, bitterness, and resentment. When those same two people have children, they can lose sight of what’s important [...]

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Holidays and Parenting Time While the holiday season can be stressful for many, for parents who are divorced and sharing joint custody of their children, navigating time sharing around the holidays can be particularly challenging.[...]

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Litigation is not necessary to complete your divorce On behalf of Law Office of Kyle Whitaker posted in Divorce on Monday, March 13, 2017. Anyone, whether in Texas or elsewhere, who has been through the[...]

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Divorce and holidays: Keeping bah humbugs away This is the time of year when you probably start thinking about all the favorite traditions you share with your children during the holidays. Perhaps you’ve even ventured[...]

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How Are Taxes Affected By Divorce? On behalf of Law Office of Kyle Whitaker posted in family law on Monday, August 29, 2016. Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful events in your life. Child[...]

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Can Spouses Continue Running A Business Together After A Divorce? Of the many layers that can add complexity to a divorce, one of the most challenging is when spouses own a business together. Dividing a[...]

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