Do you ever do something so often that it just becomes second nature? Whatever this activity is, you can do it backwards and forwards. Then you try to explain the activity to someone else, and they ask questions that are so foundational you are amazed that the person didn’t already know the answer! But why…

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…

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