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Texas Non-Custodial Parental Rights: What You Should Know

Even if a parent does not have legal or physical custody of their children, they still play an important role in their lives. Children benefit from the experience and guidance of having both of their parents involved in their lives. Further, the court order that determines custody gives parents legal rights, no matter what their…

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Non Custodial Parent

Non-Custodial Parents and Their Legal Rights in Texas

When a parent does not have primary custody of their child, it does not mean they are without rights. Every parent in Texas has rights, regardless of how much time they have with their children and whether the children live with them. The custodial parent must respect these rights under the possibility of penalty from…

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What Happens When a Parent Lies in a Custody Case?

What Happens When a Parent Lies in a Custody Case?

For whatever reason, a parent may be untruthful in a custody case. Usually, they want to gain leverage over the other parent by making false accusations or lying on the witness stand. Doing so can have significant ramifications on the custody case. They may also end up being punished by the court in several ways….

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Child Custody Modification in Texas

Child Custody Modification in Texas

In many cases, the original child custody order parents may have agreed to or that was decreed by a judge may no longer fit their children’s circumstances. Over time, things may change for the children or the parents such that the court order needs to be modified. This would require a formalized process that is…

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What is Parental Alienation?

What is Parental Alienation?

Texas courts take the matter of parental alienation seriously. Public policy aims for children to have steady and productive relationships with each of their parents, and it is a core principle of family law. If one parent attempts to interfere in their child’s relationship with the other parent, judges may deal harshly with it, even…

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How Far Can a Parent Move with Joint Custody?

How Far Can a Parent Move with Joint Custody?

For parents with joint custody, life happens. Whether it is for work or access to affordable housing, parents may need to move from the original location where they were living when their conservatorship agreement was signed. However, the move may be difficult for the children because it could take them farther away from their other…

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