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Category: Custody intervention

Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas

  What do you need to know about Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case? If you and your spouse have been divorced for quite a while, you are likely to enjoy split custody privileges and have been co-parenting your child equally. If you haven’t encountered any problems, it is safe to say that you […]

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What are the Non-custodial Parent’s Communication Rights With Children?

What are the Non-custodial Parent’s Communication Rights With Children?

Generally, family courts do not like to issue orders that bars the communication of the child with the non-custodial parent. The custodial parent is not allowed to prevent communication between the noncustodial parent and the child. However, if there is neglect or abuse, the court must issue such orders. If the custodial parent does end […]

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Children Placed in Foster Care in Texas

Children Placed in Foster Care in Texas

It is unfortunate that many children are born in less than ideal situations. Some have been results of abuse or teenage pregnancy. In any case, the parents may not be ready or capable to take care of the child. The State of Texas is always concerned with the welfare of all children regardless of circumstance. […]

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Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent rights are one of the areas of family law that seems to be constantly evolving. At the moment, in terms of custody, a grandparent really doesn’t have a significant legal advantage over anyone else. Most of the determination goes primarily to substantial past contact with the child, and the child’s best interest. One could […]

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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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Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent rights are one of the areas of family law that seems to be constantly evolving. At the moment, in terms of custody, a grandparent really doesn’t have a significant legal advantage over anyone else. Most of the determination goes primarily to substantial past contact with the child, and the child’s best interest. One could […]

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What to Know About Child Custody Before Going to Court

What to Know About Child Custody Before Going to Court

  Child custody is undeniably one of the major issues debated on in the wake of a divorce. In divorces that involve children, child custody and conservatorship is an issue that always comes up. One of the most commonly discussed issues is where your child or children will reside after your divorce.     Where […]

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The Effects of Split Custody on You And Your Family

The Effects of Split Custody on You And Your Family

Many parents who go through a family law case aim for at least achieving split custody of their child once the case is finalized. There is, of course, a huge number of parents who’d want to have their child to themselves if they could only have their way. However, split custody is already a ‘fair […]

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What to Know About Child Custody Before Going to Court

What to Know About Child Custody Before Going to Court

  Child custody is undeniably one of the major issues debated on in the wake of a divorce. In divorces that involve children, child custody and conservatorship is an issue that always comes up. One of the most commonly discussed issues is where your child or children will reside after your divorce.     Where […]

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The Effects of Split Custody on You And Your Family

The Effects of Split Custody on You And Your Family

Many parents who go through a family law case aim for at least achieving split custody of their child once the case is finalized. There is, of course, a huge number of parents who’d want to have their child to themselves if they could only have their way. However, split custody is already a ‘fair […]

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