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Filing for Emergency Child Custody in Texas

April 10, 2014

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Divorce is difficult enough, and it is hoped that an “emergency” is not part of the proceedings—especially if children are involved. But in the event that you have a legally supportable reason to believe that your child is in danger, you have the right to file for temporary emergency custody in Texas, even if your […]

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Why Shared Custody May Not Work for Your Child

February 14, 2014

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Shared custody is often thought of as the perfect solution to custody cases. Equal time for both parents means no one is left out and the child has both parents in his life. Some parents are uncomfortable with shared custody because it means only seeing the child 50% of the

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Myths About Custody Cases

February 11, 2014

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There are many myths floating around about child custody cases and if you believe all of them, it’s enough to make you more than a little nervous. Here are some of things you may hear which you need to know are untrue. Custody cases are war. A custody case can

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Grandparents’ Rights in Texas (#4 of 5 Installments)

February 11, 2014

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Texas Laws Relating to Grandparents’ Rights Grandparents may petition the Texas court for the right to visit their grandchildren based on some specific state statutes. These include: The “General Standing” statute (Texas Family Code, §102.003 )The general standing statute provides for a number of circumstances which may allow an individual to file a lawsuit affecting the […]

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