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  • Want to know how your judge will evaluate what is in the best interests of your child? Read this blog post
    Want to know how your judge will evaluate what is in the best interests of your child? Read this blog post

    If you have ever been through a legal case where you had to appear in front of a judge for a hearing or trial, you have probably had the same thoughts that every attorney in the history of the law has ...

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  • Approaching the Best Interests of your Child from the perspective of a family court judge
    Approaching the Best Interests of your Child from the perspective of a family court judge

    The overarching standard that a judge in your child custody or divorce case will utilize in order to make decisions in your case that are relevant to your children is the “Best Interests of the Child” ...

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  • Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?
    Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?

    The bottom line for you as a parent to be aware of as you explore the world of Texas family law is that if you go to court and receive a court order, the odds are good that the order will mandate that ...

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  • Approaching a Child Protective Services case as an incarcerated parent
    Approaching a Child Protective Services case as an incarcerated parent

    The Department of Family and Protective Services ( DFPS ) investigates situations that involve abuse and/or neglect of a child. If it is suspected that your child has been abused or neglected a person ...

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  • The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement
    The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement

    In my years of practicing family law , I have found that so much of the practice involves helping clients understand what reality is versus their perception of reality. For example, if you are like ...

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  • The rights of a parent under the Indian Child Welfare Act
    The rights of a parent under the Indian Child Welfare Act

    In the event that your child is a member of an Indian tribe or is eligible to become a member of an Indian tribe then your family has rights under a federal law known as the Indian Child Welfare Act ...

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