Child Custody


  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


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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



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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


Going through a divorce is one thing. Having a child with special needs along with you through the whole process is another story. In a divorce or custody case, parents must establish the nature and validity of the child’s special needs. This is according to the criteria set forth in the Family Code. They must also create possession and access schedule that comply with the child’s needs. Perhaps the most challenging part of the course is divulging this painful information to the child. Kids find their comfort zone and a safe haven in their parents. They might react negatively when […]

How to Make a Special Needs Child Understand Divorce



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When you are getting a divorce, establishing the rights and duties of Texas parents before the divorce is finalized is a must. It is also important to pay attention to the parenting plan that will be included in your final divorce decree. The parenting plan will include many things such as a guide to the rights and duties of Texas parents until the children graduate high school or turn 18, as well your considerations regarding your child after the divorce. In other words, the parenting plan will include information about conservatorship and child support as well as access and possession […]

The Rights and Duties of Texas Parents


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Drug addiction in any way is not beneficial to anybody. It is even more detrimental when more people become affected by just one person’s drug addiction. One of the many examples of being affected by drug addiction is in the family. When Drug Addiction or Substance Abuse is in the picture, it is very dangerous for a family to easily be broken physically, emotionally and spiritually. Substance Abuse is very dangerous and can have a lot of negative impacts on the lives of the spouses and the children. This may lead to a very complicated life, and may lead for […]

My Spouse has a Drug Addiction, What Now?