One of the sub-processes that is typical in a divorce or Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR) is a hearing to establish temporary orders.  Temporary orders are common in family law cases because there are usually significant changes for the parties and children during the pendency of the proceedings. One of the most crucial changes…

As a family law attorney I get calls regularly from people with custody issues with their child’s other biological parent. These days it is not uncommon for parents to split up having never been married. This essay will break with my normal blog format in that I will use the following typical parenting situation to…

  There are several statements I hear regularly as a family law attorney. One of the statements I hear the most often from potential clients is “She says if I don’t give her the divorce she wants she will take full custody of the kids, and I’ll never see them.” Rest assured it’s not that…

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