Child custody and support with unmarried parents Regardless of whether a couple is married when they split up and a child is involved the most important thing is that child’s wellbeing. However, being unwed can have its complications when it comes to child custody and support in Texas. The family…

Reasons for a Child Custody Modification When it comes to child custody battles, and modifying a custody agreement, the court seeks to do that which is in the best interest of the child. There are three primary situations in which the Court can modify a child custody order: One parent has relinquished the…

We live in a mobile society where people are able to move with ease from one state to the next. When conservatorship of a child is at issue, the ease with which citizens move from state to state without restriction adds an additional layer of complexity to child custody determinations.…

Child custody battles are a major part of the family law process. The smooth transition from the custody battle to a cordial relationship between both parents is essential for the children involved in the case. In order to keep the custody battle from becoming too contentious for all involved parties,…