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Visitation Enforcement in Texas : A Helpful Guide

By |2020-11-07T09:55:45+00:00September 14th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

Today we going to help you with Visitation Enforcement in Texas. 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 [...]

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Visitation Denial: Your Documentation Action Plan

By |2020-11-07T10:08:26+00:00September 1st, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

Today we wrote about Visitation Denial. 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 [...]

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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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