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  • Texas Standard Possession Order

    Often times during a divorce or child custody dispute, parents have a hard time understanding what the Texas Standard Possession Order (Texas SPO) is. The Texas SPO is designed to help both parents have an active role in their child’s life that is also in the best interest of the child. Often times the Texas SPO is written into court orders for parents to follow when it comes to visitation with ...
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  • Best Interest of the Child

    During a divorce or custody case the court often looks at what is the best interest of the child. While on the surface the concept may seem simple, many factors are taken into consideration when considering what is best for the child. The court will primarily be looking at the essential needs of the child and what will help the child develop and achieve their maximum potential. Parents will need ...
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  • Texas Standard Child Custody Agreement

    Law about Texas visitation and custody schedules are found in Title 5 Chapter 153 of the Texas Family Code. Instead of using the terms custody and visitation, Texas uses the terms possession and access. The access and possession schedule shows when each parent has time with the child. Ideally, both parents can make a schedule together and submit it to the court. If the court agrees with the ...
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  • An Overview of United States Military Ranks

    In the military, enlisted service members of all three branches are subject to a rank hierarchy indicating their status, experience, and pay grade. Each branch of the military has a separate hierarchy, with each separate category having its own authority structure. Rank is more than just an indicator of who salutes whom, but rather a badge of leadership and responsibility. The basic hierarchy of ...
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  • Did you Have Trouble with Visitation This Holiday?

    Did you encounter any difficulties regarding visitation schedules this past holiday season? Has your former spouse knowingly disobeyed your court ordered arrangement? If so, you may be able to seek to enforce your visitation agreement. Under most circumstances, the courts can enforce these orders by charging a noncompliant parent with contempt of court. If found guilty of contempt, a person can ...
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