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Texas Child Custody Blog

Five Ways to Build Your Case for Sole Custody

Child custody battles can be contentious and stressful. A custody fight affects you, your former spouse, and your child. The consequences of a poorly planned child custody case can be far-reaching and long-lasting. Although you want to do what’s best for your child, ensuring you get what you want from the arrangement is also important. […]

What Happens if My Ex is Not Honoring the Custody Agreement?

You finalized your divorce and obtained a child custody agreement that you and your ex promised to follow. However, as time has passed, your former spouse has not held up their end of the deal and has not honored the terms of the agreement. What can you do to make sure your child’s other parent […]

When Can My Child Choose Which Parent to Live With?

The rules governing the care and welfare of children after a divorce can be complex and particularly difficult for the caregivers. When there are disputes, especially when there are teenagers involved, it is not uncommon for a child to want to express their desire to live with one parent over the other. Unfortunately, many people […]

Who Claims the Kids on Your Taxes After Divorce?

During a divorce, you and your spouse have to make decisions about various issues, including dividing property, child custody, and child support. These issues that once were moot because you shared ownership and responsibility are what can make divorce stressful and tense. Issues regarding the children are the most sensitive. Deciding on who the child […]

Five Tips to Win Custody of a Child in Texas

A child custody battle may be one of the most stressful experiences a parent can undergo. When you don’t know what to expect and you’re not sure how it will end, it’s best to work with an experienced San Antonio child custody attorney who can walk you through the process and help prepare you. When […]

How Does Moving for a Job Affect My Visitation Agreement?

There is one thing you can count on in life, and that is that nothing stays the same. After your divorce and child custody has been determined, one parent may be required to move for a job. Or a parent may want to put some physical distance between themselves and their ex as part of […]

Can I Text My Child When They Are with My Ex?

Texas Family Code 153.001 states that children should have continued and frequent contact with parents that have shown their ability to act in their child’s best interest and provide a stable, safe, and nonviolent environment. This statute also encourages parents to share their duties and rights in raising their kids after a separation or dissolution of […]

Texas child custody case prompts Amber Alert

On behalf of Amy Geistweidt of Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, L.L.P. posted in child custody on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. To find a child in one’s care is missing or unaccounted for is the worst fear of any parent or guardian. The house has been turned upside down, and the neighbors have been called. Finally, the […]

Child custody case leads to allegations against psychologist

On behalf of James Higdon of Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, L.L.P. posted in child custody on Thursday, December 22, 2016. When two parents in Texas struggle to make parenting decisions regarding their child, they often turn to professionals to help facilitate less stressful interactions between the parents. These professionals may include lawyers and also mental health […]

Impending ruling in contentious child custody battle

On behalf of David Emory of Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, L.L.P. posted in child custody on Thursday, October 27, 2016. When a marriage ends, parents in Texas must often find a way to co-parent together despite their feelings toward one another. Unfortunately, some parents, for a variety of reasons, struggle to come to an agreement […]

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