The Consequences of Violating a Child Custody Order in Texas

By |2023-08-03T18:12:07+00:00February 6th, 2023|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

As a family lawyer practicing in Texas, I often see parents who have violated a child custody order. This can lead to serious consequences, including modification of the order. In this post, I will explain what it means to violate a child custody order in Texas and the potential consequences that may follow. What is a [...]

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Strategies for Ensuring Compliance with a Child Custody or Visitation Order

By |2023-03-11T20:37:35+00:00February 6th, 2023|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

As a family lawyer in Dallas, I often see clients struggle with enforcing child custody and visitation orders. These orders are put in place to ensure the best interests of the child are met, but they can only be effective if they are followed. In this blog post, I will outline some strategies for ensuring compliance [...]

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Understanding the Legal Process for Enforcing a Child Custody or Visitation Order

By |2023-03-11T20:42:43+00:00February 5th, 2023|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

As a Dallas family lawyer, I understand that one of the biggest concerns for parents who have gone through a divorce or separation is ensuring that the child custody or visitation order is followed. When one parent fails to abide by the terms of the order, it can be confusing and frustrating for the other parent [...]

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Ensuring Stability: The Critical Role of Clear Child Custody and Visitation Orders in Texas

By |2023-10-26T14:13:46+00:00February 5th, 2023|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

Navigating through child custody battles can be an emotionally taxing experience for families, fraught with challenges and uncertainties. Establishing a well-drafted child custody and visitation order is paramount, as it lays the foundation for stability and peace of mind for both parents and children. In this guide, we delve into the intricacies of child custody and [...]

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Enforcing Court-Ordered Custody and Visitation in Texas

By |2023-03-30T22:14:02+00:00September 14th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

As a noncustodial parent, you have rights and responsibilities when it comes to your child's custody and visitation. In Texas, child custody and visitation orders are legally binding, and violating them can have serious consequences. If you are having trouble enforcing your child custody and visitation order, here are some answers to common questions you may [...]

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Visitation Denial: Your Documentation Action Plan

By |2023-10-15T14:49:19+00:00September 1st, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

  As a non-custodial parent, it is essential to be prepared when faced with denied visitation. Documenting these denials accurately and taking appropriate actions can help protect your parental rights and strengthen future enforcement actions. In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the process of documenting the denial and responding effectively. Step 1: Familiarize [...]

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Can police enforce a child custody order?

By |2023-03-06T21:16:32+00:00June 15th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Visitation Enforcement|

The police may enforce a child custody order, but most times, they decline involvement, considering it a civil matter. Interference with Child Custody as a Crime However, the police could take action if they choose to. Interference with child custody is considered a crime under Texas Penal Code 25.03 and is defined as taking or retaining [...]

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