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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Modifications and Enforcements
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Modifications and Enforcements

    In general, courts are wary about modifying orders that designate the parent with the exclusive duty to determine the primary residence of a child. This is the case in large part because courts do not ...

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  • Defending against a Child Support Enforcement Case
    Defending against a Child Support Enforcement Case

    If you are facing an enforcement case where your ex-spouse has asserted that you have missed child support payments then you can take heart that there are defenses that you and your attorney can offer ...

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  • Family Law Enforcement Hearings: Agreements to Settle and Trial
    Family Law Enforcement Hearings: Agreements to Settle and Trial

    Most family law cases in general settle before a trial is reached and enforcement cases are no different, especially those where contempt is sought as a punishment. Contempt is basically when a court ...

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  • Pre-Trial Essentials for a Texas family law enforcement case
    Pre-Trial Essentials for a Texas family law enforcement case

    If you have done any research or spoken with an attorney on the subject of enforcement cases then you have probably seen or heard the word “ contempt ” used a time or two. Contempt basically means ...

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  • Reviewing your case history is crucial to success in an enforcement case
    Reviewing your case history is crucial to success in an enforcement case

    Once you have hired an attorney to represent you in an enforcement case there are some steps that you should work with your attorney to complete prior to actually filing the paperwork with the clerk ...

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  • Defending against an Enforcement Action in Texas
    Defending against an Enforcement Action in Texas

    If you have been served with papers from your ex-spouse asserting that you have violated your Divorce Decree it may be the case that you have been caught off guard and don’t really know what to think. ...

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