Children and Parenting

In Texas family law, few legal actions are as serious and consequential as the termination of parental rights. Termination is the process of permanently severing the legal relationship between a parent and their child. Courts only grant such orders in the most extreme circumstances, prioritizing the best interests and safety of the child above all

In Texas family law cases, the concept of “nesting” has emerged as a distinctive and progressive arrangement, offering families an alternative approach to co-parenting during and after a divorce. Nesting, also known as “bird’s nesting,” involves maintaining a single-family home for the children while the parents take turns residing there. This allows the children to

Grandparents hold a special place in our hearts, offering unconditional love, wisdom, and support. However, in certain situations, such as divorce, death, or family disputes, grandparents may find their access to their grandchildren restricted. To address this concern and preserve the vital intergenerational connection, Texas has specific provisions regarding grandparents’ rights. article, we’ll explore grandparents’

Child custody evaluations play a crucial role in determining the best interests of a child during divorce or suit affecting the parent child relationship. These evaluations are conducted to provide the court with an impartial assessment of each parent’s ability to meet the child’s needs and make decisions in their best interest. This week, we’ll

It’s no secret that being involved in a lawsuit is an extremely stressful process. It doesn’t matter if it’s a divorce, a custody battle, or a child support case. The one thing that unites everyone in a family law case is the stress it brings. Unfortunately, that stress can manifest itself in many ways, some

Let’s say, hypothetically, you’ve gone through a divorce. The judge grants your ex-spouse primary possession of the kids, grants you standard possession, and orders you to pay $1,000 a month in child support. But what do you do when this situation is no longer workable? What do you do when your ex-spouse begins neglecting the