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  • Will your gender, sexual orientation or religion impact your Texas child custody case?
    Will your gender, sexual orientation or religion impact your Texas child custody case?

    Are you a father who has heard from friends and family that you don’t stand a chance to be named as the primary conservator of your child because the law gives a preference to mothers in this regard? ...

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  • How will your family court judge make decisions regarding your eight, nine or ten-year-old?
    How will your family court judge make decisions regarding your eight, nine or ten-year-old?

    In case you have not checked in on our blog the past few days I wanted to share with you what we have been writing about. Due to the volume of questions, I have received from parents in our ...

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  • Understanding how a judge will evaluate what is in the best interests of your school-aged child
    Understanding how a judge will evaluate what is in the best interests of your school-aged child

    Nobody knows exactly what goes through a particular judge's mind in a particular case in family court . Yours will be no exception to that rule. We can take educated guesses and base those guesses on ...

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  • How your Texas judge will view your child custody case involving a toddler
    How your Texas judge will view your child custody case involving a toddler

    Many people going through a divorce or child custody case will attempt to put themselves in the shoes of the judge. This makes sense, after all. You can tell your attorney endless statements about ...

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  • Are you encountering a complex child custody issue? Learn what your judge will think
    Are you encountering a complex child custody issue? Learn what your judge will think

    The majority of family law cases, whether child custody or divorce, do not require any sort of contested hearing. Most of the time you and your opposing party would be able to settle whatever issues ...

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  • Different factors are involved when assessing what is your child’s best interest based on their age
    Different factors are involved when assessing what is your child’s best interest based on their age

    Suppose that you and your child’s other parent are going through a difficult child custody case. Your little one is now six years old and in the first grade at the elementary school in your ...

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