There are times when a parent actively choose to disregard a court order. This is particularly problematic when the order being disregarded is one dealing with the right to possession and access of children. The usual scenario is that Parent B will pick up a child for their scheduled time of possession and simply won’t

Sad Prisoner Behind BarsA new Texas law broadly expands the options parents have for enforcing orders pertaining to children. A new law effective September 1, 2015, provides that a court may enforce “any provision” of either a temporary or final order rendered in a suit regarding a child. Further, the new law goes on to expand the availability