During the school year, things are pretty routine for divorced parents in Texas simply because things are routine for the children. Your custody schedule stays the same and your obligations stay the same. When summer hits, though, the kids are free from school and chaos can reign. To prepare for this and keep it from being difficult, you should plan in advance.
Last week, we discussed how teenagers who have a child and need to go through the family court system regarding child custody and child support need to have a next friend. That post might have some of our Texas readers wanting to know more about teen pregnancy and how related issues can affect the teen parents.
You have often heard us discuss child custody on our blog. One such case was last week when we covered the Jenner divorce and how Bruce and Kris Jenner are seeking joint custody of their 17-year-old daughter. That might have our readers wondering exactly what this means.
Parents who opt to homeschool their children face a lot of scrutiny from some members of society. While homeschooling is legal in most areas, some parents soon discover that homeschooling their children seems to make them a target for child protective services investigations. For one Texas family, homeschooling their biological children, adopted children and children they were in the process of adopting led to the children being removed from their custody.