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Legal Rights of Unmarried Parents in Texas: What You Need to Know

In Texas, the legal rights and responsibilities of unmarried parents can differ from those of married couples. Whether you're a biological mother, father, or co-parent, understanding your rights and obligations under Texas law is essential for protecting your family's best interests. Here’s what you should know about the legal rights of unmarried...

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Child Custody Modifications

When child custody arrangements are determined, the court uses the best interest of the child standard as its foundational guidance. The court works hard to consider all the factors that could impact the best interest of the child in establishing child custody arrangements, referred to as “conservatorship,” “possession,” or “access,” in Texas. Sometimes,...

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Child Custody During Coronavirus

Should potential exposure to coronavirus be grounds for a change in child custody orders?

As COVID-19 continues to infect hundreds of thousands of people nationwide, parents everywhere are grappling with difficult decisions when it comes to keeping their children safe. Parents are being forced to confront a new reality involving homeschooling, no playdates, and...

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