If your spouse refuses to release your children into your custody at the prescribed time mandated within the temporary custody order then there are certain things that you should do to ensure it is properly documented for future civil contempt proceedings. Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
Divorce is frustrating, confusing, and personally resentful. Divorce is never a pleasant experience even in the most amicable terms. It is important to know what you are in for when a divorce is filed in Texas.
The Texas Supreme Court issued an emergency order that divorced parents should go by the originally published school and visitation schedule in their current decree. Read more on the blog of Dallas family law attorney Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
The possession order for both mother and father in any divorce must be in the Best Interest of the child and the Court has specific guidelines it must follow if both parents refuse to agree to custody arrangements. Read more on the blog of Dallas family law attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
Dallas Divorce attorney Mark Nacol of The Nacol Law Firm PC represents parents involved in custody disputes with Interstate Jurisdiction issues needing representation in Dallas area courts