What You Should Know About Protective Orders in Texas

February 10th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Domestic Violence

Those who have been the victims of domestic violence in Texas can legally protect themselves by requesting a protective order. These orders are issued by the court and are specifically designed to shield petitioners from further violence. There are, however, certain procedures and rules with which petitioners must comply, so if you believe that you […]

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Can My Relatives Sue for Custody of My Children?

June 22nd, 2017 by Tad Nelson in Family Law

Most child custody disputes are between parents. But do other relatives have the right to seek custody if they feel that the parents are not capable of properly caring for their children? The answer in Texas is yes, with some important qualifications. Texas law refers to child custody as a “managing conservatorship.” If two parents […]

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