Special Needs children are seriously impacted by the decisions made during a divorce. For the Court to make a meaningful decision for the best care of a specials needs child in a Texas Custody case, read the evidence that will be reviewed on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol.
If only divorced parents could mutually agree on meaningful possession schedules while co-parenting their kids! But since many cannot or will not, the Texas Courts generally use a One-Size-Fits-All Standard Possession order for all children over three years of age. The Texas Legislature over time has expanded the schedule to make access a little more flexible. Does this always squarely meet or suit the needs of a child and her/his relationship with both parents? Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC.
Dallas child custody attorney Mark Nacol discusses how The State of Texas views the initial Child Custody determination in custody cases that cross state lines
Many complain that mug shot websites are merely a method to harass and embarrass those that have had dealings in the criminal justice system. New legislation in Texas, SB 1289, has passed and the law prohibits businesses from publishing criminal record information if the business has received notice of expunction or an order of nondisclosure. It also provides that a business is liable for up to $500 a day to be paid to the person whose information is published, and for an award to reasonable attorney’s fees. Read more on the blog of Dallas attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm PC.
New Texas law SB 555 provides for protective orders for pets or companion animals for domestic violence victims. Read more on the blog of Dallas Family Law attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm PC
Texas 2013 Legislative Update: Some New Texas Laws Affecting Families! Effective September 1, 2013, read about the new Texas laws on the blog of Dallas Family Law attorney Mark Nacol