Last week I discussed enforcements and how they are used to make the other party fall in line. However, while filing an enforcement action is all well and good, it’s only part of your available relief. Because what good is simply ordering someone to comply when they have already refused to do so previously? Requesting
There was another twist in the Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries divorce this past Friday.
Continue Reading Mandatory Presence in Court Really Means Mandatory Presence
In an opinion delivered on March 8, 2013 and authored by Justice Lehrmann, the Texas Supreme Court lent clarity to the Family Code’s “purging” provision (Texas Family Code 157.162(d)…
Continue Reading Texas Supreme Court Holds Child Support Obligor Must be Current on All Child Support to Escape Contempt Under Texas Family Code 157.162(d)
The Dallas Court of Appeals yesterday GRANTED two writs of habeas corpus that I filed on behalf of a Dallas family law client in a contempt/enforcement case on temporary orders.
Continue Reading Writ of Habeas Corpus Granted! Right to Jury Trial Violated