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Category: Child Custody

Divorce Visitation Orders in Texas

Divorce Visitation Orders in Texas

Parents who are doing co-parenting affect the children either in a good way or a bad way. It is important for the parents to work together in a cooperative and flexible way. Making a favorable schedule is great to tend to the needs of both the children and the co-parents. When co-parents have a hard […]

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A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

  The holiday season may be almost over but it’s not a secret that it remains a challenge for divorced parents in Texas. Divorced parents also have to buy gifts, make and carry out plans for the holidays but it’s a period they have to deal with a little differently. To top that off, the […]

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Voluntarily Relinquishing Your Parental Rights

Voluntarily Relinquishing Your Parental Rights

If you’re one of the many people who never wanted kids, who had an unplanned baby too early, or who believes that you can’t make a great life for your child, then you might want to know that it is possible to relinquish your parental rights, at least according to Texas Law. Even though the […]

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When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent

When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent

When you are divorced, one of the most difficult adjustments to have is the custody of your children. Custody is always up to the family court. As long as there is no violence, abuse, or any form of negligence was brought to the child, visitation rights will be awarded to the other parent who does […]

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Texas Family Law: How can Abuse Affect Child Custody?

Texas Family Law: How can Abuse Affect Child Custody?

When a marriage fails and eventually leads to divorce, one important question arises: who will take custody of the child? At times, guardianship, or conservatorship as used in Texas family law, is a longer and more emotional process than divorce. It already involves the children; And most often, this brings problems to the whole being […]

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CPS Investigations and Drug Use

CPS Investigations and Drug Use

Substance abuse is one of the usual cracks in the pavement that can be hard to cover up, especially once it affects people beyond those of the abusers. For example, a rebelling teenager who abuses drugs and alcohol could have his or her parents worried sick over his or her lack of control with addiction […]

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Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

Custody vs. Conservatorship in Your Divorce

 Child custody arrangements are one of the most nerve-wracking court decisions you’d ever have to anticipate as a parent in a Texas Family Court. Most of the parents who approach Texas family law attorneys have this as their biggest concern regarding their divorce . Parents are also aware that the divorce can have a huge […]

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Custody and Managing Conservatorship in Texas

Custody and Managing Conservatorship in Texas

I. What is Child Custody Legal child custody is having the obligation and the right to decide on matters regarding the upbringing of a child. A parent who has legal custody can make decisions about where the child would go to school, his or her medical care and religious preference, for instance. In most cases, […]

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Grandparent Involvement in a CPS Case

Grandparent Involvement in a CPS Case

  A CPS case can be one of the toughest family law case an attorney has to handle. It can be really heartbreaking, at the same time frustrating. From the point of view of the child, it is alleged that he or she is a victim of neglect or abuse at the hands of people […]

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How to File a Support Order in Texas

How to File a Support Order in Texas

Child support is the continuous payment made periodically by a parent for the benefit of the child. Different states provide different ways under their law on how to apply for a child support order. In Texas, the process of child support can overwhelm someone who does not have any idea what to expect. Being able […]

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