Grandparent Rights in Williamson County

There are many misconceptions about grandparent rights and many alternatives available to non-parent relatives in child custody cases. The available options depend on the type of request, and the manner and time the child custody case has been filed. Grandparent Rights to Conservatorship of Children We will discuss circumstances where non-parent relatives (in this case […]
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Basics of Child Custody

When dealing with child custody, it is necessary to look at the situation as a whole of what is in the child’s best interest. Sometimes, when people are dealing with a child custody case, they get so involved with the details that fail to see what is in the child’s best interest. As an attorney, […]
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Deviating from a standard possession schedule in Williamson County, Texas

There are benefits to using the standard possession schedule. The standard possession schedule offers parents a certain amount of predictability that may reduce the need for future litigation. However, there are situations that require a customized schedule, or necessitate a customized schedule when the Texas Standard Possession Schedule is unworkable. Child Custody, Family Violence and […]
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Social Media Effects on Divorce and Child Custody Cases

Social media: A source of marital conflict and evidence in child custody and divorce lawsuits. Social media may help you make new friends, communicate/connect with old friends and family, network, or communicate with people with similar interests. Social media use may also contribute to divorce, and social media posts can also provide important evidence during […]
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Establishment of Parent child relationship – Texas

When is the mother not the mother? The Texas Family Code in section 160.201 sets forth the requirements to establish the parent child relationship. In certain situations, the establishment of paternity is rebuttable by genetic testing. Does this rule also apply to the establishment of maternity? Does the law allow maternity to be rebutted by genetic […]
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Child Custody Modifications

People have come into my Round Rock under many different conditions asking about changing an order that had been rendered on a divorce case or child custody case. This issue is covered under Chapter 156 of the Texas Family Code. Specifically the issue is referred to as a motion to modify the parent child relationship. […]
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Modification of a Child Custody Order

A question people ask when they come into my Round Rock Law Office is when can they change or alter a child custody order already entered by the court? The answer is custody, visitation and child support may be changed or modified after a court order has been entered by the Judge. While an order […]
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Williamson County Child Support

In Texas one or both parents may be obligated to pay Williamson County child support. The obligation to pay, the amount, and the party reasonable for the child support is determined by the court. Your Williamson County child support case may be heard in front of a district judge, county court judge or the associate […]
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