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  • Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation
    Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation

    There is a dynamic that exists in most every child custody case that is filed in Texas or any other state for that matter. The dynamic is this: one parent identifies a problem and then sets out to ...

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  • Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case
    Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case

    Are you going through a difficult circumstance with your family right now? Does it look like you are going to get a divorce or will need to go back to court for a child custody related matter? If so, ...

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  • More on Child Support and Miscellaneous Divorce Information
    More on Child Support and Miscellaneous Divorce Information

    In most situations if you are the parent who is responsible for paying child support then that support payment will be docked from your paycheck however often you are paid. A wage withholding order ...

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  • The effect of a child custody evaluation on your family law case
    The effect of a child custody evaluation on your family law case

    If a judge has approved your or the opposing party’s request to have a child custody evaluation conducted, or has ordered one done on their own, it is logical that he or she would place a great amount ...

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  • Parental Alienation: How to identify and avoid it in your Texas divorce
    Parental Alienation: How to identify and avoid it in your Texas divorce

    From speaking with and working with many parents who are going through a divorce , I can tell you that one of the biggest concerns each of them has is how their child will think of him or her after ...

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  • Parental Alienation- What is it and what does it mean for my Texas Family Law case?
    Parental Alienation- What is it and what does it mean for my Texas Family Law case?

    In a recent 14 th Court of Appeals decision out of Houston, a Mother appealed the final order of a trial court that awarded the Father a modification in child custody case. This case presented a ...

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