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  • What happens if a SAPCR suit has been filed in more than Texas county in relation to your child?
    What happens if a SAPCR suit has been filed in more than Texas county in relation to your child?

    Jurisdiction refers to the concept of one court having the ability to hear a case that one party has brought against another. There are some basic jurisdictional requirements that must be in place for ...

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  • Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas
    Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas

    If you are going through a difficult child custody or divorce case and are in need of practical solutions to the problems that you are facing, you have come to the right place. The Law Office of Bryan ...

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  • Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school
    Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school

    If you are involved in any sort of child custody case, it is possible that a central topic, in that case, will be the performance of your child in the classroom. Their education is something at the ...

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  • What will impact a judge’s decision in regard to where your child will primarily reside?
    What will impact a judge’s decision in regard to where your child will primarily reside?

    If the family court order that you and your family have been operating under for years no longer suits your needs, what are your options? What if your 14-year-old son is expressing an interest to come ...

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  • Custodial and Noncustodial Parents: Answers to frequently asked questions
    Custodial and Noncustodial Parents: Answers to frequently asked questions

    Many parents in Texas who have a child together but are not married end up going before a family court judge to have child support orders set up. That process may have been started by the Office of ...

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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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