Child custody, also known as conservatorship and possession under the Texas Family Code, can be complex. While the primary focus is on the biological parents, there are instances where individuals such as grandparents and stepparents may seek legal visitation rights in relation to the… Read On

Divorce can be complicated, especially when children are involved. You may go into a divorce confident that you’ll get what you want when it comes to child custody, only to discover things may turn out a lot different than expected. The best thing to do… Read On

As a parent, you must know how to protect your family law rights. Whether you have primary custody of your child or you have visitation rights, it is crucial that you have a basic understanding of the Texas child custody and visitation laws. In this… Read On

How to File for Child Custody in Texas Filing for child custody in Texas can be challenging and emotional, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the state’s family law system. Whether you’re seeking sole physical guardianship, conservatorship, or simply looking to protect your parental rights, it’s… Read On

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