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  • How is child custody determined in Texas?
    How is child custody determined in Texas?

    The most important part of any divorce or child custody case relates to children. This is obvious in a child custody case since only issues related to your children are relevant. In a divorce where ...

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  • How does a judge decide custody disputes
    How does a judge decide custody disputes

    Whether you are involved in a child custody case that exists as a part of your divorce or as a stand-alone custody dispute, you may be interested in learning how a judge would decide issues related to ...

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  • What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?
    What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?

    In Texas, custody is called conservatorship and its framework is defined in Chapter 153 of the Texas Family Code. There are two main types of conservators called managing conservators and possessory ...

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  • Standard Possession Orders for Texas family law cases
    Standard Possession Orders for Texas family law cases

    In the event that you are served with papers ordering you to appear in court for a case related to your child, you probably would have some questions that you would like answered. To begin with, why ...

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  • What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce?
    What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce?

    What court will hear issues about your child in relation to an international divorce? There is a great deal of uncertainty associated with divorce . For starters, you have no idea how long your case ...

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  • Co-parenting your way through a child custody case in Texas
    Co-parenting your way through a child custody case in Texas

    Many people who go through child custody cases do so with the initial motivation to not have to live with their child’s other parent. There are always reasons for this but they tend to be fairly ...

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