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  • What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?
    What Do Courts Look At When Deciding Custody?

    In Texas, custody is called conservatorship and its framework is defined in Chapter 153 of the Texas Family Code. There are two main types of conservators called managing conservators and possessory ...

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  • How often do parents achieve sole managing conservatorships in Texas divorces?
    How often do parents achieve sole managing conservatorships in Texas divorces?

    There are two types of divorces that come to mind when the two people have children. The first is a divorce where the couple has grown apart and want to legally end the marriage. Sure, there is some ...

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  • If you want to win sole custody of your child, read this blog post first
    If you want to win sole custody of your child, read this blog post first

    Simply put, there is a presumption in Texas family law that it is in your child’s best interest to have a relationship and continued contact with both of their parents. In order to further this goal ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship, the Standard Possession Order and Child Support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship, the Standard Possession Order and Child Support

    Sole Managing Conservatorship In yesterday’s blog post we discussed that the typical arrangement for parents coming out of a divorce is for each to be named as a Joint Managing Conservator of their ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship Explained
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship Explained

    The word that I hear most often from clients in regard to their children, and frankly use myself when discussing the rights and duties of parents, is “ custody ”. It’s a word that is commonly used in ...

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