Blog Posts in December, 2016

  • What Are A Father's Rights in Texas

    || 22-Dec-2016

    Texas Family Code defines a child’s “parent” as the mother of a child, a man presumed to be the father, a man legally determined to be the father, a man with established paternity, or an adoptive father. In divorce proceedings, a father’s rights are often a point of contention when it becomes time to decide on visitation. Texas court prefers the child have ongoing contact ...
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  • Difference Between SPO, E-SPO, and Custom Visitation Orders

    || 1-Dec-2016

    If you have children and are filing for divorce, custody and visitation are two issues you and your spouse will have to work through. Texas courts use the terms “possession” and “access” to refer to visitation and custody matters. “Possession” of your child refers to any time you can see your child in person, while “access” refers to the time you ...
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