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  • Is a Mediated Settlement Agreement Still Valid in Texas if a Case is Dismissed?
    Is a Mediated Settlement Agreement Still Valid in Texas if a Case is Dismissed?

    A while back, a friend and fellow attorney asked me some questions about whether an MSA was still valid if a case was dismissed. I have heard this question debated before among attorneys and opinions ...

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  • Parental Relocation with children after a Texas Divorce
    Parental Relocation with children after a Texas Divorce

    Suppose that you have gone through a divorce from your spouse and you are attempting to adjust to life as a single adult raising a child in different households. You may need to find a new place to ...

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  • The effect of substance abuse on child custody determinations
    The effect of substance abuse on child custody determinations

    Unfortunately, there are family law cases that involve one parent making allegations of substance abuse against the other parent. In some scenarios these allegations are just that- allegations- and no ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Adoption and Modification Cases
    Texas Family Law Courts: Adoption and Modification Cases

    For an adoption to take place the parental rights of either the child’s mother or father must first be terminated by a court. A petition for adoption would be filed in the court with jurisdiction over ...

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  • Mistakes to avoid making in your child custody case
    Mistakes to avoid making in your child custody case

    If you are considering filing a child custody case in Texas I would like to provide you with some helpful hints on what behavior to avoid during your case. It’s likely that there is a situation going ...

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  • What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?
    What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?

    Many of you that went through divorces a few years ago are having to go back to court due to your or your ex-spouse having filed for a modification of some portion of your Final Decree of Divorce. ...

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