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Visitation Enforcement in Texas : A Helpful Guide

By |2021-08-07T22:51:00+00:00September 14th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

Often, we think that after a divorce decree or custody order has been handed down by a judge, we can just get on with our lives. There’s a misconception that because things like visitation and custody are laid out in black and white, that everything will fall into place and we can begin healing. Sadly, that’s [...]

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Visitation Denial: Your Documentation Action Plan

By |2021-08-07T22:45:41+00:00September 1st, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

While many divorced couples can put their differences aside and live relatively happy if separate lives, some cannot. Simmering resentment, hidden anger, attempts at getting revenge – all of these can come bubbling up to the surface. Often, they manifest in the form of denied visitation for noncustodial parents. Not only is this illegal, but it [...]

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Can police enforce a child custody order?

By |2020-09-25T14:56:55+00:00June 15th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

Police can enforce a child custody order, but most times they don’t. Most of the time police say it is a civil matter and they are not going to get involved. The police could get involved if they wanted to. Interference with child custody is a crime. Under Texas Penal Code 25.03, interference with child custody [...]

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