Child custody disputes are hard enough, let alone during the holidays when you want to focus on family. You might want more time with your child than your possession schedule specifies around Christmas, New Year’s Day or other times of year. It is possible to… Read On

Living in a pandemic stresses many relationships, and it may cause particular challenges for child custody arrangements. In addition to shelter-in-place orders that restrict the ability to travel, parents may fear for their children’s safety in a co-parent’s care: What if the co-parent is exposed… Read On

Parental alienation often occurs during child custody disputes in a divorce. It happens when one parent attempts to turn a child against the other parent. Specifically, the alienating parent attempts to negatively influence the child’s relationship or opinion about the other parent. What Is Parental… Read On

As a father, you have a lot to offer your children. Your involvement in your child’s life can help them to thrive socially, scholastically, and professionally. Texas law recognizes that children benefit from a strong paternal relationship, and gives dads rights to raise their children. … Read On

Child custody battles are incredibly difficult times for parents going through divorce. When one parent has borderline personality disorder (BPD), the situation is even more strenuous and unpredictable. If your circumstances involve a spouse with borderline personality disorder, divorce, and child custody, the following information… Read On

It’s an unfortunate reality that many divorce cases and child custody disputes can lead to a hostile “tug-of-war” situation, as parents jockey to gain advantages in legal proceedings. They may resort to ulterior motives and the children are pawns in a game that no one… Read On