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  • Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?
    Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?

    If you are a parent going through a divorce or child custody case, having orders in place regarding your children is important if you are attempting to exercise child visitation rights. Too often ...

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  • Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence
    Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence

    In a perfect world, a final decree of divorce would only be used as a fallback measure for families after a divorce has been completed. You and your ex-spouse would be able to work together to settle ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of the Unenforceable Visitation Order
    The Dirty Trick of the Unenforceable Visitation Order

    The unenforceable visitation order combines elements of both the “ amicable divorce trick ” and “ using the children as weapons trick .” The success of this trick is largely a result of a parent not ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Enforcing Visitation and Property Orders
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Enforcing Visitation and Property Orders

    Enforcement cases are not solely to ensure back child support payments are made. On the contrary, many different areas of a family law order can be enforced. Today’s blog topic from the Law Office of ...

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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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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Geographic restrictions and Child Support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Geographic restrictions and Child Support

    Your life can change in the blink of an eye, and this is no less true after you’ve been through a family law case . Whether you have court orders from a divorce or Suit Affecting the Parent-Child ...

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