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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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  • Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children
    Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children

    If you are the nonbiological parent to a child you should want to look for ways to legalize your relationship with your child in order to protect your rights. As a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or ...

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  • The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases
    The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases

    In an era where lesbian, gay and transgender persons are working towards gaining more widespread acceptance of their lifestyles it would only make sense for the legal system to follow suit and honor ...

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  • How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Three
    How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Three

    For many of you reading this blog you probably have no idea how to begin a child support case . It could be that as the noncustodial parent of your child you have limited access right now even to see ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support

    In child support enforcement cases your back is against the wall if the record from the Attorney General’s Office shows that you have not paid your support obligation in full and on time. In some ...

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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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