Child Custody - A Critical Challenge in Family Law

What is Child Custody?

Child custody is a legal term referring to a parent's rights and responsibilities towards their child. It includes the right to make significant decisions about their education, health, and overall welfare. In Texas, child custody law is governed by the Texas Family Code and is decided based on the best interest of the child.

Child Custody

The America Family Law Center is a team of legal professionals committed to providing Texas residents with legal advice and assistance on matters related to child custody.

Different Types of Child Custody

Child custody in Texas can be sole or joint. Sole custody means one parent has the exclusive right to make decisions about the child. Joint custody, on the other hand, implies both parents share these rights and responsibilities. For more information about the different types of child custody, visit the Texas Attorney General's website.

How Can the America Family Law Center Help?

As a nonprofit organization, the America Family Law Center offers a range of legal services to help families navigate the complexity of child custody matters. Our goal is to ensure every child gets a chance to grow up in a stable and safe environment. Our mission is to provide affordable and accessible legal assistance to those who need it most.

Useful Links for Child Custody

Below you can find more information on child custody in Texas:

  1. Texas DFPS Child Protection
  2. Courts of Texas
  3. Fatherhood.Gov
  4. Justia Family Law
  5. Wikipedia

Our mission is to guide you through this challenging process. For more information on how we can help, please get in touch with our legal team.

Take Action Now

Child custody is a serious matter. Ensure you have the necessary support and legal assistance to make the best decisions for your family. Take action now! Contact the America Family Law Center for advice and support. Our team is ready to assist you.

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