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  • Ask yourself: Is including a right of first refusal in your parenting plan the right thing to do?
    Ask yourself: Is including a right of first refusal in your parenting plan the right thing to do?

    In yesterday’s blog post we introduced the topic of the right of first refusal as it pertains to parenting plans in family law cases. Basically, the right of first refusal involves the need for either ...

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  • What goes into a social study evaluator's report
    What goes into a social study evaluator's report

    A social study can be a pretty invasive process. You are asked to speak to a stranger about your strengths and weaknesses as a parent. You are asked to turn over a list of references of people in your ...

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  • The importance of a reference letter during a child custody home study
    The importance of a reference letter during a child custody home study

    The past few days we have been discussing the topic of social studies generally and more specifically home studies in yesterday’s blog post. If you have not done so already I recommend that you go ...

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  • What happens during the Home Visit portion of social study
    What happens during the Home Visit portion of social study

    In a Texas family law case where child custody is being disputed you will be assigned a social study evaluator to work on your case. This evaluator will conduct a social study that results in ...

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  • Preparing for a Social Study during your divorce or child custody case
    Preparing for a Social Study during your divorce or child custody case

    In your divorce or child custody case you may be faced with a difference of opinion between yourself and your opposing party on who should have the right to determine the primary residence of your ...

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  • Mediation for family law cases
    Mediation for family law cases

    Is your divorce or child custody case going to go before a judge? Will you have to withstand a couple days in court in order to arrive at a conclusion to your case? These are common questions, and ...

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