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1806, 2024

What Factors Do Texas Courts Consider When Determining Geographic Restrictions in Child Custody Cases?

By |June 18th, 2024|Categories: Child Custody|Comments Off on What Factors Do Texas Courts Consider When Determining Geographic Restrictions in Child Custody Cases?

When parents in Texas face child custody disputes, one critical issue often arises: geographic restrictions. These restrictions determine where a child can live and are essential in ensuring the child's [...]

1106, 2024

Can a Parent with a History of Abuse Be Appointed as a Joint Managing Conservator in Texas?

By |June 11th, 2024|Categories: Child Custody|Comments Off on Can a Parent with a History of Abuse Be Appointed as a Joint Managing Conservator in Texas?

No. In Texas, a parent with a history of abuse cannot be appointed as a joint managing conservator. The appointment of joint managing conservators is strictly regulated by law. Criteria [...]

206, 2024

Is you Notice of Contempt Sufficient in Your Texas Child Custody Case?

By |June 2nd, 2024|Categories: Child Custody, Divorce|Comments Off on Is you Notice of Contempt Sufficient in Your Texas Child Custody Case?

Contempt proceedings are quasi-criminal. This means the accused is entitled to procedural due process throughout the proceedings. "In re Roisman, 651 S.W.3d 419, 434 (Tex. App.—Houston [1st Dist.] 2022, orig. [...]

106, 2024

Motion to Reopen Evidence in Texas Divorce and Child Custody Cases

By |June 1st, 2024|Categories: Child Custody, Divorce|Comments Off on Motion to Reopen Evidence in Texas Divorce and Child Custody Cases

A motion to reopen evidence can be pivotal in Texas family law cases. This motion allows a party to present additional evidence after the trial has concluded but before the [...]

2005, 2024

What Are the Key Considerations for Spousal Maintenance in Texas Divorce Cases?

By |May 20th, 2024|Categories: Divorce, Spousal Support|Comments Off on What Are the Key Considerations for Spousal Maintenance in Texas Divorce Cases?

Spousal maintenance, also known as alimony, is a crucial aspect of many Texas divorce cases. Determining eligibility and the amount of spousal maintenance involves several key considerations. Eligibility Criteria Under [...]

1605, 2024

What Factors Influence Property Division in a Texas Divorce?

By |May 16th, 2024|Categories: Divorce, Divorce Property Division|Comments Off on What Factors Influence Property Division in a Texas Divorce?

Divorce can be a complex process, particularly when it comes to dividing marital property. In Texas, the law requires that the division of property be "just and right," but what [...]

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