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  • Know your parental rights in a child custody or divorce case in Texas
    Know your parental rights in a child custody or divorce case in Texas

    Many people enter into a family law case in Texas with the mistaken idea that they are above all else attempting to win as much time with their children as possible. Every other issue comes in a ...

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  • Terminating Parental Rights in Texas
    Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

    Facing circumstances in which you are concerned for your or your child’s safety can be extremely unsettling for a parent like yourself. If your spouse or partner has harmed you or your child then ...

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  • Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas
    Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas

    If you are going through a difficult child custody or divorce case and are in need of practical solutions to the problems that you are facing, you have come to the right place. The Law Office of Bryan ...

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  • What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?
    What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?

    One of the most frequently asked questions of me in relation to people’s family law cases is what their child’s school needs to do in relation to their newly produced family court orders . Many of ...

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  • What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?
    What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?

    In a typical child custody hearing in Texas, only the parties to the case (as well as the Attorney General for child support purposes) needs to be given notice of a hearing. However, if there is a ...

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  • The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined
    The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined

    Because of the special circumstances surrounding Native American children, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) was created in 1978. The Act requires child welfare organizations across the nation, ...

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