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Termination of Parental Rights – Is This Ever A Wise Choice?

Parental rights are what each parent has in order to be involved in their child’s life after a divorce as well as the financial responsibilities that come with that right.

Parental rights concerns such as visitation, co-parenting rules, and child support are established during child custody negotiations with each parent [...]

My Child is Under 3 – How Does A Possession Order Apply?

When seeking a divorce, parents of children work with their attorneys and the court to determine a suitable custody agreement and the possession order is part of that.

Possession orders include child visitation agreements that allow each parent to spend time with their child according to the stipulations in the [...]

If Less Than A Year – Can My Child Custody Order Be Modified?

Child custody orders written by the family court are done to best accommodate both parents and their children.

While these orders generally work well for all involved parties, child custody lawyers do acknowledge that circumstances may arise among parents where a change in the court order is needed.

Unfortunately, unless [...]

Making The Stress of Divorce Easier On Your Kids!

Divorce can be extremely stressful on children who may not understand what is happening when their parents decide to split up and why.

If you and your spouse have decided to divorce and have children, divorce attorneys find that even besides the issues of child custody, you must also face [...]

I’m Divorcing in Texas – How Is Child Custody Determined?

When Texas couples with children divorce, one of the critical factors that child custody lawyers can advise about is child custody and how they can successfully raise their child beyond divorce.

In Texas, custody laws can be confusing, so it’s important that divorcing couples fully understand them along with how [...]

Moving Out of State and Child Custody – What Must I Do?

If you are a divorced parent in Texas with joint conservatorship of your child who lives with you, in most cases your custody agreement contains an order that you must reside locally so both parents have access to the child and can co-parent successfully.

Should you want or need to move, [...]

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