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Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas
  What do you need to know about Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case? If you and your spouse have been divorced for quite a while, you are likely to enjoy split custody privileges and have been co-parenting your child equally. If you haven’t encountered any problems, it is safe to say that you and your ex-spouse have probably followed the court’s final decree to the letter. Since you have not encountered any issues, it would be unimaginable for your spouse to not return your child as scheduled, out of the blue.   However, it can happen. Let’s say it happened, and your spouse is refusing to drop off your child as scheduled. You communicate with him or her and it turns out that your spouse isn’t planning to return your child for a couple of days. Of course, you’re angry about it, but more than that, you’re worried about your child. What about your child’s clothes? What about his or her schoolwork? Will your child’s medications be given properly?   Even under the very best environment, co-parenting can be tough. You and your spouse might want to follow the final divorce decree properly, but you could also want to have more time with your child than what is decided by the court. However, a parent just cannot do what he or she wants when there is a court order that regulates your time with your child.   When to Use Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case   Habeas Corpus is an option available to you if the other parent refuses to return your child back to you. This is an option that can be taken after taking look at your divorce decree and child custody order. These court orders are the guidelines for you and your co-parent […]

Understanding Habeas Corpus in a Child Custody Case in Texas


Essential Knowledge About Child Custody You Ought to Know Before Going to a Texas Family Court
  Child custody is undeniably one of the major issues debated on in the wake of a divorce. In divorces that involve children, child custody and conservatorship is an issue that always comes up. One of the most commonly discussed issues is where your child or children will reside after your divorce.     Where Your Child Will Reside After Your Divorce   Some people go through all the trouble of a divorce just to get the child or children away from their spouse. There could be issues with their spouse that they don’t want their child to be exposed to. It could also be that they are fighting too much and too often and they don’t want their child to witness it, hence, they go for a divorce. It’s a sad reality, but a reality nonetheless. A lot of people assume that the mother always gets the child after the divorce, but this is not really the case. Good news for fathers who are interested in having possession of the child after the divorce. Today’s blog post will provide you with essential knowledge about child custody and conservatorship before you go to any Texas Family law court.     Who Gets Primary Conservatorship     One of the main issues that need to be resolved in any child custody or conservatorship case is the primary residence of the child. This is usually resolved by either the agreement between the two parents or a decision from the judge after a trial. There is an old stereotype about the mother being the primary conservator – in other words having the primary custody of the child. While this is often the case, it is only because the mother usually wants to be the primary conservator and acted that way while the parents […]

What to Know About Child Custody Before Going to Court   Recently updated !



How Will Split Custody Affect You And Your Family
Many parents who go through a family law case aim for at least achieving split custody of their child once the case is finalized. There is, of course, a huge number of parents who’d want to have their child to themselves if they could only have their way. However, split custody is already a ‘fair enough’ arrangement for many. In this type of arrangement, parents could at least spend as much time with the child as much as the other parent. This type of conservatorship goal is usually from the parent who already believes that the other parent will be awarded the primary conservatorship of the child. If you belong to this group of parents, are you absolutely certain that a split custody arrangement is what would fit you and your family best?   Whether you get split custody after your family law case is finalized or not, determining the possession schedule is one of the most difficult issues you’d ever have to encounter in any family law case involving your child. There is, of course, a standard order that a judge can default to, known as the Standard Possession Order. This is typically what the judge would order if you and your child’s other parent do not reach an agreement regarding the possession schedule.     Considering the Best Interest of Your Child   The court will always consider the best interest of your child in making decisions regarding child support, child custody, visitation, and possession. A split custody where you and your child’s other parent will share the time of the child. This will be what the court will decide if it is proven to be in the best interest of the child. However, in most cases where the court orders a split custody, the court does not […]

The Effects of Split Custody on You And Your Family   Recently updated !