Category: Grandparents Rights

Coping: Holiday Conflict Resolution

Holiday Conflict Is a Reality Posting near holidays presents a real dilemma.  I want to post pictures of feasts and family celebrations, kids hunting eggs, unwrapping gifts, lighting the Menorah or Kinarah, decorating the Christmas tree, blowing out birthday candles and watching fireworks. I also recognize that the holidays can be a stressful time for divorced families, [..]

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Grandparent Rights

Grandparent Rights:  Protecting, Raising Grandchildren Grandparent rights have changed over the years. It’s more complicated now, but a skilled family law attorney can still help Grandparents protect their grandchildren. Grandparents step in every day to help raise their grandchildren. New Law for Grandparent Rights In the past, it was common for the courts to allow [..]

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Child Possession Orders | Scheduling Events

Child Possession Orders  Some parents who have children but are not together strictly stick to their child possession schedules.  Others are very flexible. Texas child possession orders typically provide that child possession shall be as the parents agree, but if they fail to agree, then there is a schedule that must be followed. Judges Want [..]

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Win Your Case!

Win Your Case with Your Attorney Imagine that you have been involved in a lengthy lawsuit and your case is finally going to trial. Your attorney has all the documents to help prove your case all lined up and in proper form for admission in the trial. You have your list of properly subpoenaed witnesses and your attorney [..]

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Should I have an attorney send a letter?

Should I have an attorney send a letter?  Probably not. As an attorney, I am sometimes asked if I can “send a letter” to solve some problem or situation. The better question to ask your attorney is, “should I have an attorney send a letter for me?” People think that if the person who is giving [..]

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Grandparents Make “Grand Parents”

Helping Grandparents Help their Families . . . Grandparents’ Rights in Adoption As a grandparent, you want the best for your grandchildren.  If your children are unable to raise your grandchildren, what are your grandparents’ rights when it comes to adoption?  Today in Texas, there are over a half-million grandparents raising their grandchildren.  Most grandparents [..]

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