Timothy Hutton

About Timothy Hutton

Mr. Hutton is a Divorce and Custody Lawyer based out of Round Rock, TX. His background is with child psychology at Arizona State University where he received a B.S. in 2006, and he continued this by working with the Children’s Right’s Clinic at the University of Texas School of Law where he received his J.D. in 2009. Throughout his practice, he has been a strong proponent of utilizing modern technology to improve his practice and the representation of his clients. He currently is the technology chair of CAFA of Travis County and is committed to improving and modernizing the practice of law in Texas. If you have any questions you can contact him at attorney@okohlaw.us

  Navigating visitation enforcement actions in Texas is a journey that often involves complexities and emotions. When visitation agreements are not upheld, it’s essential to understand the legal framework, relevant statutes from the Texas Family Code, and the steps required to enforce your visitation rights. As one of the leading divorce and custody lawyers in the world, I’m here to guide you through this challenging process. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the pertinent statutes, outline the steps needed to file and prosecute your case, and discuss the types of evidence that can influence the court’s determination in your […]

Mastering Visitation Enforcement in Texas: A Comprehensive Guide

Child custody disputes can be emotionally charged and legally complex. In the state of Texas, when a parent faces challenges in enforcing their custody rights or needs immediate relief, two legal remedies come into play: the Writ of Habeas Corpus and the Writ of Attachment. This comprehensive guide aims to provide a detailed understanding of these writs, referencing relevant sections of the Texas Family Code and case law. We will explore the legal steps involved, including filing, serving the respondent, and presenting evidence crucial for the court’s determination. 1. The Legal Landscape: Before delving into the specifics of writs of […]

Navigating Child Custody Disputes in Texas: A Comprehensive Guide to Writs of Habeas Corpus and Attachment

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Introduction: Divorce and custody battles can have a profound impact on the family structure, and often, grandparents find themselves navigating the complexities of visitation rights. In the state of Texas, the legal landscape surrounding grandparent visitation is outlined in the Texas Family Code. This comprehensive guide aims to shed light on the laws governing grandparent visitation rights, the legal steps involved, and the types of evidence crucial in the court’s determination. Understanding Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas: 1. Legal Basis for Grandparent Visitation: Grandparent visitation rights in Texas are primarily governed by Section 153.433 of the Texas Family Code. This […]

Navigating Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas: A Comprehensive Guide

1. Types of Adoption: Before delving into the legal process, it’s essential to understand the various types of adoption. In Texas, adoptions can be categorized into several types: a. Agency Adoption: In an agency adoption, a licensed adoption agency facilitates the adoption process. This can be a public agency (such as the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services) or a private adoption agency. The agency conducts a home study, matches adoptive parents with a child, and oversees the legal process. b. Private or Independent Adoption: Private or independent adoptions involve the direct placement of a child by the birth […]

Adoption in Texas

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Introduction: In the state of Texas, suits affecting the parent-child relationship (SAPCR) are legal actions that involve matters related to the parent-child relationship, including child custody, visitation, and support. The Texas Family Code governs SAPCR proceedings, outlining the legal framework within which these suits are initiated, processed, and resolved. As a knowledgeable lawyer in the world of family law, let’s explore the key aspects of SAPCR in Texas. 1. Types of Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship: Several types of SAPCR exist, each addressing specific issues related to the parent-child relationship: a. Original SAPCR: An original SAPCR is initiated when there […]

Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship in Texas

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Child support in the state of Texas is a crucial component of family law that aims to ensure that both parents contribute financially to the upbringing of their children, even after a divorce or separation. Understanding the intricacies of child support, including how it is calculated, enforced, and modified, is essential for parents navigating the legal system. In this comprehensive overview, we’ll delve into various aspects of child support in Texas, providing a detailed understanding of the relevant laws, guidelines, and procedures. 1. Child Support Guidelines in Texas: Texas utilizes an Income Shares model for calculating child support, which considers […]

Child Support in Texas