Divorce


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: 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



Divorce in Texas
Introduction: Divorce is a legal process that dissolves a marriage and addresses various legal, financial, and familial matters. In Texas, the divorce process involves specific steps, legal requirements, and considerations that spouses must navigate to achieve a fair and equitable resolution. 1. Filing for Divorce: The divorce process in Texas commences with one spouse filing a petition for divorce. The petitioner, the party initiating the divorce, outlines the grounds for divorce and requests relief regarding property division, spousal support, child custody, and other relevant matters. Texas is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that neither party needs to prove fault for […]

Divorce 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?