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How working parents can handle child custody

When two parents who aren't in a relationship attempt to share custody in some way, it can be difficult to determine what is best for everyone involved. Many working parents in Texas assume that they have to give the majority of custodial time to the other parent if he or she doesn't work at all or as much as they do. However, this doesn't have to be the case, as a working parent may deserve to have as much time to parent his or her children. Experts have advice for working parents who want to properly manage both child custody and their careers.

Over 30 people arrested for failure to pay child support

When the parents of children are not in a relationship with one another, it is often for the best. However, that doesn't mean that the children don't need both parents in some capacity. For many families, it may mean that one parent will make child support payments to the other parent to provide care for the children. If a parent fails to make those payments, it can have a detrimental effect on the child's life. Recently, one Texas county decided to crack down on parents who haven't been paying their court-ordered child support, and the efforts led to several arrests.

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