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Family Protective Orders

The Texas Family Code allows a court to issue a protective order in cases where it finds that family violence has occurred and is likely to occur again in the future. “Family violence” covers not only acts of assault resulting in bodily injury, but also threats of assault or physical harm that a reasonable person

What does a Divorce Case Look like from Start to Finish?

Let’s suppose you are facing a divorce and that you have reached that point in your relationship with your spouse that you want to end the marriage. What steps exactly will you be facing? First, there is the petition. That document should contain all that you want to sue for, such as custody, visitation schedules,

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