Family Law Posts related to Possession and Access

These are family law posts related to Possession and Access. These family law posts are provided by America Family Law Center and are often representative of the types of matters on which America Family Law Center provides assistance. If you need assistance with any family law related matter, or know someone who does, contact America Family Law Center today. We can help.

Pro Bono Lawyer

Encuentre un Abogado de Pro Bono

Hay abogados pro bono en Houston. Sin embargo, la cantidad de tiempo que cada abogado puede dedicar a los servicios pro bono puede variar. Cuando un abogado se hace cargo de un caso pro bono, a menudo

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Posted: 4-30-2018

Denied Visitation

Visitas Denegadas con el Padre sin Custodia

Cuando los padres eligen no vivir juntos, cuidar a los niños es una gran preocupación. Las visitas denegadas con el padre que no tiene la custodia a menudo ocurren. Es importante saber cuándo se puede negar la visita y cuándo no se puede negar

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Posted: 3-6-2018

Pro Bono Lawyer

Find A Pro Bono Lawyer

Pro bono lawyers in Houston do exist. However, the amount of time that each lawyer is able to dedicate to pro bono services can vary.  When a lawyer takes on a case pro bono they often

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Posted: 1-26-2018

Denied Visitation

Denied Visitation With The Non-Custodial Parent

When parents choose not to live together, care for the children is a major concern. Denied visitation with the non-custodial parent often occurs.  It’s important to know when visitation can be denied and when it cannot be denied

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Posted: 1-17-2018

What Is a Possession and Access Order in Texas?

A Possession and Access Order in Texas is a court order issued by family courts that oversee child visitation rights.   Under the Texas Family Code, sections 153.3101-153.317, the court may grant either a The court can decide to issue a “Standard or a non-standard order. Read More

Posted: 4-6-2017

Child Custody

Child Custody When A Parent Moves Out of State

Child Custody court orders specify the legal obligation of both parents related to the child custody as well as the possession and access of the child.  Often the court order will also address what happens if one of the parent moves. Read More

Posted: 3-2-2017
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